23 Aug '16, 12pm

Bigfoot attorney Marco Notarnicola has adjusted his LinkedIn profile after my post yesterday

Bigfoot attorney Marco Notarnicola has adjusted his LinkedIn profile after my post yesterday

Attorney says his role includes “manipulation of TMs and common law marks to achieve UDRP “reverse domain name hijacking”. Last week I wrote about Bigfoot Entertainment and companies affiliated with its owner. Today I came across one of Bigfoot Entertainment’s lawyer’s profiles on LinkedIn . I’m a bit dumbfounded. This is what Marco Notarnicola claims one of his responsibilities is at Bigfoot: co-existence, consent agreements, etc. to ensure creative resolution of IP disputes, including manipulation of TMs and common law marks to achieve UDRP “reverse domain name hijacking”. Wait–what? Is this guy bragging about manipulating trademarks to reverse hijack domain names through UDRP? If so, it seems pretty dumb to put that on your LinkedIn profile. Anyone who gets hit with a UDRP from Bigfoot or a related company can put this in their UDRP response. I reached out to Notarnicol...

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