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Evidence of Bad Faith at the time of Domain Name Registration

Evidence of Bad Faith at the time of Domain Name Registration THINGIFY, INC. v Ross Colquhoun Claim Number: FA1405001558220 (NAF June 9, 2014.) It has not been uncommon for one party to register a domain name several years before another party registers the same name as a trademark with a relevant authority. So when a… Read more »

Commonly known – evidence needed.

Bad faith- domain names in common words are legitimate. Miami Style, Inc. v. Lusette Lopez Claim Number: FA1408001573611 Disputed Domain Name: <shopmiamistyle.com> Facts: ‘The disputed domain name was created on April 08, 2002. [The] Complainant owns the MIAMI STYLE mark through registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) (Reg. No. 4,382,793 registered… Read more »

Bad faith- domain names in common words are legitimate.

Commonly known – evidence needed. Bad faith- domain names in common words are legitimate. Miami Style, Inc. v. Lusette Lopez Claim Number: FA1408001573611 Disputed Domain Name: <shopmiamistyle.com> Facts: ‘The disputed domain name was created on April 08, 2002. [The] Complainant owns the MIAMI STYLE mark through registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office… Read more »