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Delhi High Court Seeks Just Dial’s Reply On IndiaMart’s Plea For Contempt Of Order On Copyright Infringement

The Delhi High Court has issued notice to Just Dial Ltd and its Managing Director seeking their replies to a contempt application by IndiaMart InterMesh Ltd for alleged infringement of a prior copyright order in favor of IndiaMart. The single judge bench of Justice Jayant Nath has also directed for a senior officer of Just Dial to remain personally present in the court on the next date of hearing. The brief facts of the case are that in November, Indiamart Intermesh – the owner of the B2B discovery platform had filed a copyright infringement suit against Just Dial alleging that in order to expedite the launch of its B2B services Just Dial had blatantly copied the entire proprietary information along with taxonomy and look and feel of their website, upon which the Delhi High Court had passed an injunction order restraining Just Dial Limited from inter alia launching its business “JD Mart” using any data copied from the IndiaMart website.

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