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Danish flowers : Rick Schwartz schools Queen.dk on RDNH

Rick Schwartz won the Queen.com UDRP with a RDNH finding, and he’s been busy schooling the Danish florist, Queen.dk. Knud Jepsen A/S has been added to the HallOfShame repository of UDRP aggressors, linking the Queen.dk owners to a despicable practice against a generic domain. The Domain King also broke his blogging silence, posting after months […]

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Queen and Save Me : Two RDNH decisions in one song

Rick Schwartz’s double-whammy consists of UDRP victories, coupled with a finding of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking (RDNH.) First came SaveMe.com, the 2012 case that forever established the Brazilian aggressor company as a reverse domain name hijacker poster boy. The recent case of Queen.com which ended with a Rick Schwartz triumph, sets new standards in how […]

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Queen.com UDRP : Case added to Hall Of Shame for RDNH activity

Rick Schwartz has followed up on his promise to add Danish company, Knud Jepsen A/S, on HallOfShame.com. In a monumental case involving the aged domain, Queen.com, the Danish florist lost with a Reverse Domain Name Hijacking finding. The Queen.com entry on Hall of Shame, a repository of cases involving domains that were unjustly pursued via […]

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MySpectrumNews.com : Charter Communications guilty of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking

Charter Communications filed a UDRP against the domain MySpectrumNews.com; the latter, is a domain registered in 2010. Long before Charter acquired Brighthouse Networks and rebranded to Spectrum and Spectrum.com, the Respondent of this UDRP used the domain for web development services: “Respondent asserts that it has legitimate interests in the disputed domain because Respondent used […]

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OneChampionship.com UDRP lands RDNH finding for Respondent

The domain OneChampionship.com was challenged at the WIPO, and the Complainant got slapped with a Reverse Domain Name Hijacking finding. Registered in 2006, the domain was among 161 domains that the Respondent “came up with,” hand-registering them after he found no active marks. The Complainant is a Singapore company that owns and manages the “ONE […]

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For Those That Believe That a Loser UDRP Complainant Should Pay

Every so often a seemingly merit-less UDRP Complaint is publicized, and rightfully so. It is often shocking to see complaints that purport to challenge a domain name, that was for example, generic, or that was registered before the corresponding trademark was even a "twinkle in the eye" of the trademark owner. These kind of complaints are often accurately characterized as "Reverse Domain Name
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