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This might be the best RDNH finding I’ve ever read https://t.co/ESadTseyUx

While this dissent is solely on the question of RDNH, I also disassociate myself from the Panel majority’s comments opening up the possibility that there might be something in Complainant’s conspiracy theories, which were wholly unsupported by any evidence . Had there been anything to them, the Panel could not, in my view, have made the finding that it has under the second element. The Complaint failed because Complainant failed to satisfy the Panel that Respondent has no rights or legitimate interests in respect of the Disputed Domain Name. The failure stemmed in large part because Respondent was able to establish that he had a US trademark Registration for IMPOSSIBLE (stylised), which appeared to have been registered before he became aware of Complainant’s cause for complaint and which was consistent with the substantial evidence he produced showing his past use of his s...

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