Friday, April 13, 2012

Traverse Internet Law Federal Court Report: April 2012 - Domain Name Dispute Lawsuits

The facts are unproven allegations of the Plaintiff and all commentary is based upon the allegations, the truthfulness and accuracy of which are likely in dispute.

FILED: 3/16/2012

When you use the domain name dispute process remember that a party who is not satisfied with the result has a short period of time in which to file a lawsuit against you to dispute the result. Generally, the Courts are not in any way bound by the findings of the arbitrator in the domain name dispute and can re-assess and re-evaluate the case in its entirety.

This is a lawsuit by the owner of a domain name against a party who accused him of being a cybersquatter and won the domain name dispute. The Plaintiff has filed a lawsuit for a declaratory judgment and disposition that he is the proper owner of the domain name.

The Plaintiff alleges reverse domain name hijacking. The prayer for relief requests the transfer of the infringing domain name and the payment of reasonable fees and costs associated with the preparation and litigation of the case. Traverse Internet Law Cross Reference Number 1554.


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