15 Sep '16, 1pm

The fight against blatant #trademark infringement is challenging. #cybersquatter #domainamedispute #getdevs.com

There was a post recently on Namepros that a member was not sure what to do about a demand for a domain name they owned. Some of the comments felt the person should keep the domain, and at the end of the day it’s only a UDRP. I posted in the thread that the first rule of domaining is to not take legal advice from domain investors with no background in law. The other thing I mentioned was the tm holder does not have to go the UDRP route, they can make it more costly and more problematic. Mike just uncovered one such case on TulsaWorld.com. Now to be fair this case probably had to go to court as the defendant spoofed emails and was placing orders according to the trademark holder. From the article: WPX Energy is suing an unknown individual for trademark infringement and related fraud. The Tulsa-based petroleum and natural gas exploration company filed the lawsuit Tuesday in ...

Full article: http://www.thedomains.com/2016/09/09/no-udrp-one-tm-holde...

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