Well, if your domain name contains any hint of commercial use that's possibly.
Infringing their respective uses (e.g. competing software/hardware ads), they.
I see. Well...probably I do not have to develop any website under this domain , right?.
Just park it & wait for thunder?..
I'll put it this way.
There's nothing to stop anyone from trying to wrest control of your domain,.
Fair or foul. What you can do is prepare yourself for those possibilities.
Granted, it's not always that easy. But knowing and learning more about this.
Can give you a better edge than those who don't.
The sooner you develop that domain name, possibly the better your odds of.
Demonstrating you have a legitimate use for it...
BTW- Parking will usually lead to a theirs or a competitor's products or services. That is bad.
Dave is right, develope the domain and create interest in the domain...
WIPO claimants have to prove and win all three points (roughly and I am not a lawyer).
1. Confusingly similar to trademark.
2. No legitimate use. This means that you have no legitimate use for the name. If you develop AmazonCoffee.com to feature coffee from the amazon and not coffee from amazon.com, you have legitimate use.
3. Bad faith. If you registered the domain knowing that this other company existed or if you try to make money off their trademark or if you try to sell the domain to them, those are all bad faith.
So, maybe you loose on 1. and maybe on 2. if not developed but if you are not using the domain in bad faith then they probably can't win on 3. therefore you keep the domain.
Now, they can still file against you which means you need to get an attorney or if you chose not to reply, you are leaving your fate in the hands of one or three judges.
Good luck with it...