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'Cadbury Gems' versus 'James Bond': Delhi HC rules in favour of Cadbury

Justice Prathiba M Singh told an Indian company on Tuesday to pay Rs 16 lakh damages to British chocolate company Cadbury for infringing the Cadbury Gems trademark

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The court remarked that the test of infringement in such a matter is not that of absolute confusion, but even the likelihood of confusion is sufficient

Bhavini Mishra New Delhi
After two decades of being stuck in a trademark infringement suit, the Delhi High Court sided with Cadbury and restrained an Indian company from selling its products that are similar to Cadbury Gems.

Justice Prathiba M Singh told an Indian company on Tuesday to pay Rs 16 lakh damages to British chocolate company Cadbury for infringing the Cadbury Gems trademark.

Cadbury(now Mondelez India Foods Pvt Ltd) had filed a case against the Indian company Neeraj Food Products(defendant) saying it had marketed its product as ‘James Bond’. The purple packet of the product was the same with multicoloured buttons in the background which

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First Published: Jul 28 2022 | 1:30 AM IST

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