IPR in FMCG – Part 2 | Landmark Judgments 2020-2021

IPR in FMCG - Part 2 | Landmark Judgments 2020-2021

IPR in FMCG – Part 2 | Landmark Judgments 2020-2021

Fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry is witnessing an inspirational upsurge in terms of growth and development. With the rising competition, the cases of infringement of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) have felt a wide push that requires constant address and timely attention. In IPR as a Growth Accelerator in FMCG Space in India Part – I published from the AMLEGALS’ desk, the importance of IPR in FMCG sector highlights the issues that arose during COVID-19 pandemic concerning IPR. This compilation of landmark judgments aids to the issues that arose and aimed Court’s assistance during a world wrenching pandemic. The Courts of India opined on various cases relating to FMCG industry that resolved the new age issues impacting IPR of the grieved company. The judgments summated below pave a way to enhanced understanding and significance of IPR in sectors like FMCG.

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