13 Feb '14, 5pm

IBM wins first new top level domain URS case

Panel hands down decision within one week. IBM has won the first ever Uniform Rapid Suspension case for new top level domain names . A National Arbitration Forum panelist ruled in the company’s favor in a dispute over IBM.guru and IBM.ventures. Both domain names will be suspended but not transferred to IBM. IBM can opt to register them when they expire or file a UDRP to get the domain names. IBM has belatedly signed up for Donuts’ Domains Protected Marks List, so perhaps when the domains expire they’ll automatically be reserved thanks to the DPML. The complaint was filed February 5, the case commenced on February 6, and the decision was made on February 12. That’s the “rapid” in Uniform Rapid Suspension. The decision notes that the person who registered the domain names was presented with a Trademark Claims notice and clicked to acknowledge it during the domain registratio...

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