Delhi HC Grants Meesho Ex-Parte Injunction Order Against Fake Websites

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While recognising Meesho as a “well-known mark,” the Delhi High Court issued orders to prevent bad actors from using the ecommerce unicorn’s trademark. These entities have been creating bogus websites in order to deceive customers by posing as Meesho.

The SoftBank-backed unicorn filed a suit in the Delhi High Court, seeking a permanent injunction against fake websites that were defrauding customers by using its trademarks and/or copyright. The ‘John Doe’ order, also known as the Ashok Kumar order, is an ex-parte injunction against anonymous offenders that is used to protect a creator’s intellectual property.

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Delhi HC Grants Meesho Ex-Parte Injunction Order Against Fake Websites

While recognising Meesho as a “well-known mark,” the Delhi High Court issued orders to prevent bad actors from using the ecommerce unicorn’s trademark. These entities have been creating bogus websites in order to deceive customers by posing as Meesho.

The SoftBank-backed unicorn filed a suit in the Delhi High Court, seeking a permanent injunction against fake websites that were defrauding customers by using its trademarks and/or copyright. The ‘John Doe’ order, also known as the Ashok Kumar order, is an ex-parte injunction against anonymous offenders that is used to protect a creator’s intellectual property.

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