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GoDaddy review : Should I purchase GoDaddy?? UDRP decision can it be reverse in x time?

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The question is when a UDRP decision is made because a respondent (defense) failed to show up for reasons such as "money" or lack of and loses a battle such as Domain Name Wire News Kraft Wins Philadelphia.es Domain Name - The Domain Industry's News Source.

In which a generic domain name is won by TM company with nothing to do with the generic name.

The law seem to favorrich people more than everyday citizen.

Basically there's something very wrong with America's copyright and trademark offices for allowing lawsuits such as the one mentioned in the above link to take place.

So let's say the decision was made in 2010.

Can I reverse it in 2015 ? if I had the money etc.,? are those decisions final ?

Because it suck to be sue, and it even suck more to not have money to go to court and defend yourself.

It would be be nice to hear some expert opinion on UDRP decision, can be it reversed, resued? like if the defendant lost the name 10 years later or 5 sued the corporation for the domain name back and the other grievance, is there even a motion or allowed under the court?.

1) Can I get the name back in 10 years by suing the UDRP and corporate company who take my domain name in the first place? (reversible in 10 years?).

2) CAn I sue for loss of usage ?

Its nice to know ahead thanks...

Comments (6)

Once a UDRP for a domain name is decided, no. But it can be "reversed" by an order from a court of.

"mutual jurisdiction"...or something like that.

You can definitely sue. Defining damages, much more getting a favorable decision, is another story...

Comment #1

Do you know the time frame to reverse such decision or what is a "mutal jurisdiction" ? example.

Time frame is really important to question. Because there's some statue of limitation I know of, but not sure...

Comment #2

The main point of UDRP is to prevent the need for court. The registrant should have filled in the response - it was certainly winnable if he wasn't selling cheese (which he wasn't apparently)..

Comment #3

AFAIK a respondent doesn't have to pay unless they request a 3 person panel, in which case they would split the fees.

They should have responded...

Comment #4

Is there a time frame after the UDRP to get the domain back?..

Comment #5

AFAIK Within 10 days of the decision, if you can show that there is a lawsuit pending, then they will hold off transferring the domain.

I assume it's been over 10 days and the domain is transferred.

Your remedy now is a federal lawsuit.

(I'm not a lawyer, and this is not legal advice. Contact a lawyer.)..

Comment #6


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