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UDRP Complainant with Nothing to Complain About

A UDRP complainant has to have something to complain about that states an actionable claim. Unhappiness does not state a claim. The parties in Elizabeth Blair & Jennifer Miner & Kara Williams v. Shannon Lane, FA0909001285345 (Nat. Arb. Forum November 13, 2009) are a team of women who style themselves as the “traveling mamas.” They […]

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Competitor Has No Right or Legitimate Interest in Domain Name Incorporating a Trademark Composed of Common Words

A respondent’s honest concurrent use of a term generally qualifies as a legitimate interest in a domain name identical or confusingly similar to a trademark, particular where the parties’ goods or services are in different classes, Shem, LLC v. Solytix, Inc., D2009-0739 (WIPO July 30, 2009) [<autocar.com], or the term is composed of common words […]

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