29 Jan '16, 3pm

Another Reverse Domain Name Hijacking decision, but I’m not so sure #domains https://t.co/RqQ1ELAJHl

Was reverse domain name hijacking really justified in this case? I usually gripe about UDRP panels finding in favor of the respondent but not going the extra step of finding the complainant guilty of reverse domain name hijacking. This morning I read a decision from Czech Arbitration Court in which the panelist found the complainant guilty of reverse domain name hijacking, but I’m not sure it was warranted. Perhaps the panelist just didn’t do a good job of wording his decision. NanoTemper Technologies GmbH filed the dispute against Robert Eibl. NanoTemper was born in a student case competition. Ludwig Maximilians University Munich sent out a press release on February 7, 2007, calling one of the presenters “Team NanoTemper”. The respondent registered the domain name in June of that year. As a student business competition, the company was not formed right away. It didn’t inc...

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