Cybersquatting Domain Names Trademark Cases

The Prudential Insurance Company of America v. Zhang and

Frank Zhang has lost his domain name domain name after The Prudential Insurance Company of America won it’s summary judgment motion regarding cybersquatting. The case was filed against Frank Zhang and his domani name “In Rem” in the Eastern District of Virginia, E.D. Va. #: 1:20-cv-00450-TSE-MSN, even though the domain name was registered at […]

Cybersquatting Domain Names

ACPA Cases 2019

A domain name owner can file a lawsuit under the ACPA to stop the effect of a UDRP order that transfer domain names to the person that filed a UDRP complaint. The ACPA complaint often leads to the settlements that cover your attorneys fees some statutory damages of up to $100,000 per domain name. ACPA […]

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Domain Names UDRP

Holding a domain name without use is not udrp bad faith

In a 2015 case about under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) before the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), a panel has denied a domain name transfer on the basis that there was no UDRP bad faith use, even though the respondent had held the domain name without using it for almost […]

Domain Names

Value Domain

There are a number websites that automatically value domain names, but they are not usually correct. Domain value can be influenced by numerous other factors that algorithms don’t take into account. Value Domain Names Value domain names are not cheap domain names. Value domain names are domain names that will rank in Google search results […]