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APS files case for trademark misuse

AGRAWAL PUBLIC School (APS) and Chameli Devi Public School have registered a case against another school of the City for using their trademark ?Learn by Fun? recently.

india Updated: May 28, 2006 14:32 IST

AGRAWAL PUBLIC School (APS) and Chameli Devi Public School have registered a case against another school of the City for using their trademark ‘Learn by Fun’ recently.

School director Purshottam Agrawal has issued a legal notice to the school through his counsel under Sections 102 and 101 of Indian Trademark Act 1999 and Section 63 of Indian Copyright Act. Agrawal has accused the school of fraud for using the same trademark for brand promotion. According to Agrawal ‘Learn by Fun’ trademark/logo is a teaching methodology used in Agrawal Public School and Chameli Devi Public School.

No other school, institution, society, firm, teachers or publication can use this trademark for publicity or other purposes. Agrawal has taken legal measures against the school misusing his trademark. He said that many other schools are also using the same trademark method in the publicity campaigns and legal action would be taken against them if the offence were proved.

First Published: May 28, 2006 14:32 IST