Misleading Trademark in UAE In this modern era trademarks are not just considered as plain marks. In order to create a brand name and gain goodwill in the market, trademarks play a vital role. It helps in increasing brand value among the customers who recognizes the product through its trademark and this ultimately results in the revenue generation. Nowadays, everyone tries to gain reputation in the market against their competitors in order to make more money and for that purpose some businesses have started using fake or misleading trademark which … Read more Misleading Trademark in UAE with Special Reference to Red Bull Case of UAE
As the UAE Federal Trademark Law (37/1992, as amended by 8/2002) in its Article 4 provides for the protection of the well- known Trademarks along with the conditions which constitute a mark to be well- known at international level. The UAE Courts have taken great steps in protecting the rights of well -known trademark owners with respect to unregistered mark in UAE. As per the UAE trademark law, exclusive protection in case of the infringement of a trademark is provided to the registered user in the form of criminal remedies. … Read more Protection of Well- Known Trademark in UAE with Special Reference to Harrods Vs. Harrods Case
Laws and Rules for Expats Seeking Divorce in UAE with Special Reference to Sandip Shankarlal Kedia Vs. Pooja Kedia Case
Expatriates living in the United Arab Emirates (hereinafter UAE) are often get confused with respect to the jurisdiction of the court applicable to them in order to decide their divorce matter. This is the main concern for the expats, as they are unaware of the local laws and the procedure followed in UAE for obtaining a divorce. Now, let us understand the rules and laws which are applicable to the expats in order to seek a divorce in UAE with special reference to an Indian case wherein the couple solemnized … Read more Laws and Rules for Expats Seeking Divorce in UAE with Special Reference to Sandip Shankarlal Kedia Vs. Pooja Kedia Case
As per Islamic law, marriage is considered to be a sacred bond between husband and wife and it is in the form of civil contract. However, there are certain conditions that need to be followed so as to call a Muslim marriage a valid one. In the absence of any of these conditions, such marriage becomes void marriage or sometimes even void ab initio (void from its beginning). A void marriage is having no existence in the eyes of law and it does not create any legal rights or obligations … Read more Void Marriage under Sharia Law – an Analysis with Special Reference to a UAE Case
‘The Court of Dubai ‘ or ‘Dubai Courts’ includes both DIFC and Non-DIFC Courts- Recent Judgement in Ashok Kumar Girl & Others vs. Credit Suisse (Switzerland)Ltd.
In a very recent judgement by the DIFC Court of Appeal in Ashok Kumar Goel & another (Appellant) v. Credit Suisse (Switzerland) Limited (Respondent),  DIFC CA 002 dated 26 April 2021, confirmed that the terms “the courts of Dubai” in a jurisdiction clause of an agreement might be interpreted as a valid opt-in to the DIFC Courts’ jurisdiction under Article 5 (A) (2) of the Judicial Authority Law…Read more