The Different Shades Of Morality In The Fight For Trademarks


Karthika Nair, undergraduate student from Christ College (Deemed to be University) discusses about the morality in trademarks. Trademarks are how we identify a product or service and allow us to know the source from where the product or service is. Essentially, trademarks act as brand identifiers. She further discusses about the case of Constantin Film Produktion v. EUIPO and throws light on the ambiguity that still persists in this regard, one might also wonder whether it is the state’s duty to intervene and promote “accepted morals” or modify and hinder immorality through, for instance, their trademark laws. To read more