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Domain King trumps Queen.dk over far-reaching UDRP

Rick Schwartz, the Domain King® , is preparing a massive legal salvo against Queen.dk, the Danish florist company challenging his premium domain name, Queen.com. Not only is Rick Schwartz prepared to successfully defend this aggressive move by the Danish florist company, he’s going on the offensive, and it’s already looking nuclear. What has Rick done […]

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Rick Schwartz takes the Queen.com UDRP up another notch

As reported first by Elliot Silver, a UDRP has been filed on Queen.com. The domain is owned by Rick Schwartz who is probably the last person someone wants to file a questionable UDRP against. Well seems like Rick upped the ante: Wanna play Frands?? Your party! I now own https://t.co/otbL4inFRE & https://t.co/vFNftTU1US To SHARE MY […]

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Fusion.TV : UDRP against domain raises PPC issue once again

The domain Fusion.TV, a parked domain registered in 2010, was challenged in a UDRP. Fusion Media Network LLC is the Complainant, alleging that their mark for FUSION TV and FUSION RADIO gives them exclusive rights to these keywords. Complainant, operates a multimedia platform that provides news, information, and social commentary to a young, diverse audience […]

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Rosme.com domain lost to Latvian underwear company via UDRP

New Rosme SIA of Riga, Latvia, managed to wrestle away Rosme.com from its Barbados-based registrant, in a UDRP decision. The Complainant alleges use of the ROSME mark in underwear, since 1952 in Latvia and other Baltic countries, with a Madrid System trademark registered in 1998. That mark, however, is a design mark in stylized print. […]

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20 years after registering IMEC.com, company hit with UDRP

Panel declines to find reverse domain name hijacking despite highly questionable UDRP. Imagine registering a four letter .com domain name for your business in 1996. You use it off and on during that period, and then twenty years later you receive a complaint that alleges you’re cybersquatting. That’s what happened to IMEC Hosting for its […]

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