Whether there are similarities between the two contended marks and do they create confusion
Whether the Defendant's mark violates the copyright of the Plaintiff?
Whether there was a misuse of confidential information or not?
The Principle of Confidentiality, ensued in Article 21 of the Constitution under the Right to Privacy, and under the Information Technology Act 2000, states that when information is disclosed to a third party or used without the data owner's permission, he is entitled to take legal action on the account of loss or damage incurred as a result of the same.
Section 51 and Section 13 of the Copyright Act 1957 also state that an idea is not protected by a copyright, it only becomes a copyright when the idea is embodied in a tangible form.