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UDRP Panel Masters of Denial

In the recent UDRP decision, Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Inc. v. This Domain for Sale (Claim Number: FA1202001428939), the Complainant, Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Inc., claimed that the Respondent had wrongfully registered the domain name with the bad faith intent to profit off of its registered trademarks for...
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UDRP Panel Disassembles PatioKitcom

In a dispute over the domain name PatioKit.com, the Complainant failed to establish that it owned rights to a trademark for PATIOKITS.com in 2005, at the time that the Respondent registered the PatioKit.com domain name. Although the Complainant alleged that the Respondent had registered the domain name in...
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UDRP Claim Denied Over Later Registered Trademark

In the case of Apollo Industries Limited v. Motocentric, No: FA1405200, the Complainant claimed rights to a domain name that was registered some ten years prior to its adoption and use as a trademark by the Complainant!  What’s more, until 2003, the Complainant had used the domain name for a...
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UDRP Claim Denied Over Later Registered Trademark

In the case of Apollo Industries Limited v. Motocentric, No: FA1405200, the Complainant claimed rights to a domain name that was registered some ten years prior to its adoption and use as a trademark by the Complainant!  What’s more, until 2003, the Complainant had used the domain name for a...
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FirstShowingcom UDRP Fails to net Domain

The owner of FirstShowing.net filed a UDRP complaint against the registrant of FirstShowing.com, contending that the domain name had been registered in bad faith.  (click here)  In a case where the Complainant sought to use the .net version of a domain name to acquire the more commercial .com...
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FirstShowingcom UDRP Fails to net Domain

The owner of FirstShowing.net filed a UDRP complaint against the registrant of FirstShowing.com, contending that the domain name had been registered in bad faith.  (click here)  In a case where the Complainant sought to use the .net version of a domain name to acquire the more commercial .com...
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