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HC restrains Emami from using label Glow & Handsome

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HC restrains Emami from using label `Glow & Handsome '

new Delhi. HUL is relieved for the time being in the battle of right over the brand of Glow and Handsome. The Bombay High Court has, through an instruction, banned the use of the Glow and Handsome brand on Emami. According to the court, HUL had previously used glow and handsome at first sight.

On Monday, Justice SC Gupte gave this ruling in a petition filed by HUL under Trade Mark X. As part of the petition, HUL demanded the court to ban Emami from using the brand.

Recently, HUL added the word Glo to its skin care product by removing the word Fair. After which her skin cream changed to Fair & Lovely, Glow & Lovely. However, soon after the announcement, Emami claimed that Glow & Lovely was his trademark, with which he was going to launch a skin cream for men.

The court said that HUL has already launched its product market with this trade mark, while Emami is still only in the process of launch. At the same time, Emami's application to register the brand is also of later date. At the same time, HUL has also started promoting its products. If both the products come out with the same name then there will be confusion among the people, in such a case that Emami which has not yet been able to bring its products to the market, will not be able to use Glow and Handsome till the final verdict of the case. The next hearing of the case will be two weeks later

This post was published on August 18, 2020 9:27 pm

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