16 Feb '15, 3pm

Returned To Co. That Let It Drop 1 Week Earlier W/O Registered Trademark

A one member UDRP panel has ordered the domain name dirtyspokes.com returned to the company that allowed the doamin to drop drop in late December 2014, although they did not have a federally registered trademark It should be noted that the domain dropped on December 27, 2014 and the UDRP complaint was filed on January 5th. I think the quick reaction of the Complainant really helped it get the domain returned via a UDRP. The one member panelist Hector Ariel Manoff found that the company which had owned the domain for some 8 years had gained common law rights to the domain name and that the term was not generic, which I would agree with. The panel also placed great weight on the fact that the new owner was a domainer owing some 1,400 domain names and has lost several previous UDRP and asked $10,000 to buy the domain back. The panel found that the new owners “failure to make ...

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