SC refuses to entertain plea against Madras HC bench stay in Coronil trademark case

The Supreme Court refused to entertain a plea challenging the order of the Madras High Court’s division Bench which ordered, restraining Patanjali Ayurveda from using the trademark,’Coronil’.

A three-judge bench of CJI S.A. Bobde, Justice A.S. Bopanna and Justice V. Ramasubramaniun gave liberty to the petitioner, Arudra Engineers, to pursue the case before the Madras High Court and withdraw the case from the apex court.

According to the petitioner firm, it owns the trademark, Coronil’ since 1993 and has CORONIL-92 B as its registered trademark.
A single bench of the Madras High Court, comprising of Justice CV Karthikeyan, had issued an order on August 6 restricting the use trademark, ‘Coronil’ by Patanjali Ayurveda and the Divya Yog Mandir Trust as it was exploiting the public’s fear towards Covid-19 by saying that they could cure it.

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