I just drove 55 miles per hour; was doing so legal?.
(If you think that you might need to know more, such as what the speed limit was and if when I did so I was facing backwards, etc, you're right.) http://www.namepros.com/legal-issues...me-issues.html.
Allan tried pointing you in a direction, but type in cybersquatting in the search box and you will get a ton of information, more than I can do in the short amount of time I have...
Youve got the infomation you need, I hightly doubt anyone else would give you any other advise other than give the domain up ASAP...
You could try the other route and and just tell them you have it, and tough luck to you! And keep it and ignore them.
If you do that, please keep us appraised here of their progress in taking it from you. It may well make a great topic to 'Pin' for future reference...
1. I own trademark (TM) domain name. It's legal?.
2. I don't parking and don't using the domain name.
Sure just let it expire if you want.
3. Can I resell back domain to trademark owner. It's legal?.
You can email the owner and be like Hey I accedently registered your domain on BLAH BLAH of 04 I realize you have a TM now and I would like to know if you would like to purchase this domain at the price I paid for + renewal for the past years for a total price of blah blah.
4. If I parking site. It's legal?.
Depends on your intent Mostlikley not as it would generate money from misusing there TM.
5. It's different country, different domain law?.
Possibly are you and the company in the same country?.
Looking for a Domain Law Firm[..
Asking for money is a bad thing, it's not there fault you regged the name, if you ask for cash you show bad faith, just let the name go, it's obvious thr OP has no plans for this name, after all he's askinga bout parking etc...
No usage - squatting...
If you are in the US, just drop the name. If you are in a country where the TM laws don't apply, then I really don't know.
However, everytime a "domainer" abuses TMs it makes the whole industry look bad...