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Delhi High Court orders blocking of websites infringing Fabindia trademark

Fabindia claimed that there were multiple fake websites falsely asserting themselves as sellers/resellers of the its products, thereby luring customers to make purchases. The products in question are purportedly sold through Shopify and Pay-U websites, it contended.

The company asserted that it had received 1,114 complaints through its customer care hotline regarding the proliferation of fake/rogue websites, and that this number continues to rise daily.

It thus sought a permanent injunction to prohibit any website from using the trademark/trade name Fabindia or any variation thereof.

Since the identities of the individuals operating these websites are unknown, Fabindia approached the Court against Ashok Kumar/John Doe.

Source: Barandbench

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