Friday, October 07, 2016

Bombay High Court judge writes witty order in GoAir-Indigo-Google suit

If you are not a party, judicial proceedings in India are usually anything but dull and boring. However, a judge in the Bombay High Court has taken the funny route of delivering brilliantly worded orders to add a little spice to the often dull judicial orders.
Justice G.S. Patel of Bombay High Court has proved himself as one of the wittiest judges in the country with his brilliant puns, witticism and raillery. A recent order passed by the justice in an intellectual property suit between GoAir and the defendants Indigo & Google, Justice Patel wrote a sarcastic order that will tickle your funny bones.
GoAir filed a litigation against Indigo’s use of domain name as The airline raised issue with the prefix used by Indigo over intellectual property issues. The judge said that the Plaintiff (GoAir) “has declared litigation war on the defendant, its rival that owns and operates Indigo Airlines.” Introducing the case, the Justice wrote: “GoAir believes that Indigo should not use the domain name; it has intellectual property issues with Indigo’s chosen prefix Go in its domain name (though apparently not with the trailing go<, a small mercy as it happens, for that might be a demand that Indigo should be rechristened Indi.”
06/10/16 Kanishka Singh/Indian Express
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