Trademark News & Screw-ups Tim Hortons seeks to shutter Indian 'Tim Hottens' knock-off

India does grant some limited protection to unregistered (common-law) trademarks. On top of it, in 2015 Tim Hortons filed two trademark applications, one for the name and the other for the logo. Both are still pending. The only thing that surprises me in this story is that it even had a chance to get to the surface instead of Tim Hortons quietly and quickly bulldozing their message home.

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