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July 19, 2018 05:57

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Reverse #Domain Name Hijacking : #Proeza .com Respondent wins #UDRP

The UDRP against the aged domain Proeza.com ended with a double victory for the Respondent, who registered the domain 15 years ago. A three member panel at the WIPO slapped the Complainant, Proeza, S.A. de C.V. of Monterrey, Mexico, with a finding of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking. The self-represented Respondent engaged in prior negotiations with […]

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Reverse #Domain Name Hijacking decision in #ManorPark .com #UDRP

The aged geodomain ManorPark.com was hit with a UDRP, after Walker Edison Furniture Company LLC decided to wrestle the domain away from its owners. Basing their case on a 2018 trademark application, the Complainant ignored the fact that the domain was registered in 2000, and it’s being actively used by UK-based Manor Park Investment Funds. […]

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#Globalvision .com : Reverse #domain name hijacking decision in #UDRP

The aged domain Globalvision.com was hit with a UDRP; the complaint was brought by GVE Global Vision Inc., asserting it has rights to the GLOBAL VISION mark since 2017. The Respondent stated that the domain is made up of generic, dictionary words. Registered in 1995, the domain is listed for sale at the Uniregistry Market. […]

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#ForestGate .com : #Domain registered in 1999 gets hit with a #UDRP

The domain name Forestgate.com was registered in 1999, and almost 20 years later it was hit with a UDRP; the Complainant is Walker Edison Furniture Company LLC. The basis for this UDRP: a pending trademark application. The Complainant applied for the mark FORESTGATE on April 17, 2018, just over a month ago. The Respondent stated […]

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#HugeDomains wins #VULF .com #UDRP with #RDNH finding

Huge domain victory for HugeDomains, after beating Vulf Records LLC in a UDRP decision. Registered in 2005, the domain Vulf.com was challenged at the National Arbitration Forum. The Complainant acquired a trademark just this year (2018.) HugeDomains stated that the domain is generic and that it predates the Complainant’s mark by a dozen years, at […]

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#UDRP against #Viking dot .com : Reverse #Domain Name Hijacking finding

The UDRP against the aged domain, Viking.com, ended with a decision favoring the Respondent, Office Depot, Inc. On top of that, the WIPO panel found that the Complainant, Aurelius RHO GTM Development Limited of Dublin, Ireland, is guilty of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking. The case is particularly bizarre, given the fact that the mother company […]

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#Nudelive : #WIPO panelist quotes #Namebio as the source of sales info in #UDRP with #RDNH finding

A UDRP filed against the domain name Nudelive.net references sales data from “Nambio” in support of the Respodent’s case; the Complainant owns the .com. The panelist most likely meant to quote Namebio, that keeps track of domain sales across multiple venues. In the case of Nudelive.net, the Complainant asserted they have previous rights to the […]

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Kitchens To Go tries to reverse domain name hijack KTG.com

Broker offered domain name for sale, which Kitchens To Go used as an opening to get domain below market value. Kitchens To Go, LLC has been found guilty of reverse domain name hijacking for a cybersquatting complaint it brought against the domain name KTG.com. The owner of KTG.com died and left the domain names to […]

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Dirty “Wedding Flea Market” guilty of reverse domain name hijacking

Like an angry bride that’s not getting what she wants, wedding flea market tries to hijack domain name. But Daddy! I want the singular version, not the plural! Wedding Flea Market, LLC, which uses the domain name WeddingFleaMarkets.com (plural), has been found to have engaged in reverse domain name hijacking for the domain name WeddingFleaMarket.com […]

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#ScheduleFlow .com : Another #UDRP delivers a Reverse Domain Name hijacking decision

The registrant of ScheduleFlow.com is an Australian company, using the domain name since 2009. Currently, it forwards to FieldInsight.com. Duoserve, Inc. d/b/a ScheduFlow, owns a trademark for SCHEDUFLOW and filed a UDRP at the National Arbitration Forum. That mark, as the Respondent of this UDRP pointed out, does not match the two word composite of […]

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