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After trying reverse domain hijacking, GoSecure files lawsuit

Security company that failed with a cybersquatting claim is now going after the domain owner for trademark infringement. Cybersecurity company GoSecure has filed a lawsuit (pdf) against the owner of GoSecure.com after it unsuccessfully tried to reverse domain name hijack the domain. GoSecure Inc. filed a UDRP against the domain name in July. In August, […]

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Danish firm tries reverse domain name hijacking

Medical textiles firm loses dispute over CareFix.com. Tytex A/S has been found guilty of reverse domain name hijacking (pdf) in an interesting UDRP case. Domain investment firm Germanium World LLC registered CareFix.com in 2008. Tytex had registered trademarks for CareFix dating to 1994, but all had expired or been abandoned when the Respondent registered the […]

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Australian server company tries reverse domain name hijacking

WIPO panelist determines that Australian company filed cybersquatting case in bad faith. An Australian hosting and server business has been found to have engaged in reverse domain name hijacking. GSL Networks Pty Ltd. operates a business called Streamline Servers that provides gaming servers and other hosting services. It filed a UDRP against the owner of […]

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TranScrip Partners found to have tried reverse domain name hijacking

Panel admonishes company for not disclosing prior negotiations and for apparently reneging on deal. A biopharmaceutical company has been found to have engaged in reverse domain name hijacking over the domain name transcrip.com. TranScrip Partners LLP and TranScrip Limited filed the dispute against the domain name, which is owned by a domain name investor. The […]

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Pharmaceutical supply chain company SkyCell AG attempts reverse domain hijacking

WIPO panel finds that the company filed a UDRP in bad faith. A World Intellectual Property Organization panelist has determined that SkyCell AG attempted to reverse domain name hijack SkyCell.com. The company, which offers supply chain solutions to the pharmaceutical industry, uses the domain name SkyCell.ch. The owner of SkyCell.com registered it well before SkyCell […]

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