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Http://www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains/d...2008-0779.html.

Kudos to the win. And it'll be interesting to see how this one further goes for.

The complainant.

Another crazy, crazy summer, huh?..

Comments (10)

Nice to see that there is still common sense in the rulings...

Comment #1

What a ridiculous attempt to get a premium domain like that. If Hero.com can be taken in a UDRP then the domain market would collapse...

Comment #2

Thanks gang, but note: So, ummmmm sure... if you get a frivolous complaint then you don't need to respond. The panel will figure it all out for you, since UDRP panels just love domain registrants...

Comment #3

John,.

Congratulations! The Respondent requested (and was granted) the finding of reverse domain name hijacking. From a basic reading, there was apparently a minority vote (one panelist) that did not find rdnh. That is a close vote, given the word in question "Hero".

The question I have is whether there has ever been (or could there be) a case where the Respondent winner of an rdnh claim has taken the original Complainant to civil court for damages?..

Comment #4

Yup, and hope it turns out more than just damages. Darn it, the suspense is.

Already killing me!..

Comment #5

Well, I wouldn't get too excited. Legal disputes rarely end by ripping out your opponent's still-beating heart and feeding it to dogs.

Pity that...

Comment #6

It's why I never went for the law, actually...

Comment #7

One way or another, they'd be paying my legal fees at a bare minimum...

Comment #8

Indeed, that is what the statute provides: http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/15/1114.html.

(iv) If a registrar, registry, or other registration authority takes an action described under clause (ii) based on a knowing and material misrepresentation by any other person that a domain name is identical to, confusingly similar to, or dilutive of a mark, the person making the knowing and material misrepresentation shall be liable for any damages, including costs and attorneys fees, incurred by the domain name registrant as a result of such action.

The nice thing about attorneys is that they can all read. And, as I suggested above, it looks as if there will be no further news on this dispute...

Comment #9

Yeah, it's just a shame they don't all have enough common sense to advise their clients against filing completely ridiculous lawsuits/UDRPs...

Comment #10


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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