04 Mar '14, 7pm
Scott Day & Berryhill Beat Back UDRP on 15 Year Old Domain
The Complainant has made the insulting accusation that the Respondent is a cybersquatter on the basis of no rational theory whatsoever. The Complainant, knowing that the UDRP decisions are made public, intends its insult to the Respondent to be a public one. The operative facts here on the point of bad faith registration do not differ at all from other cases involving this Respondent, which any competent Complainant is able to determine in mere seconds from the UDRP search capabilities provided by UDRP providers, or even from a Google search of “Digimedia domain dispute”. The Respondent respectfully requests to know from this Panel whether or not there is any duty of diligence whatsoever binding upon complainants in these proceedings to do even that much, or any duty of competence to know the basics of the Policy under which a licensed legal professional engages to practice.