Cannot prevent use of 'Coronil' because of a "pesticide registered in its name", SC refuses to entertain trademark case against Patanjali

"In this pandemic, if we prevent the use of word 'coronil' because there is a pesticide registered in its name, it will be terrible", the Court said.
AS Bopanna, SA Bobde, V Ramasubramanian
AS Bopanna, SA Bobde, V Ramasubramanian

The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea challenging a Madras High Court Division Bench order that had stayed a Single Judge order which had ruled against Patanjali Ayurved in a trademark dispute over its use of the mark "Coronil".

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