Owner of Occupy.com Selling It for Six Figures

Owner of Occupy.com Selling It for Six Figures

Virginia Comito, d.b.a. V.L. Raymer, is a California-based domain investor who bought occupy.com in 1998. Now, she’s selling it to the one percent. “People who are extremely wealthy, who are philanthropic, who want to help the movement, the concept would be for one of...
Bucking the UDRP Trend

Bucking the UDRP Trend

Trademark practitioners should pay close attention to a recent WIPO  decision  which could set a precedent on the ‘identical or confusingly similar’ element in domain name disputes  In deciding whether  a disputed domain name  is confusingly similar to a party’s...

Project.me Domain Dispute Sets Dangerous Precedent

Have UDRP panels gone too far by setting a new standard for determining the identical or confusingly similar element in domain disputes? In his November 13 article, Andrew Allemann reported a WIPO decision denying transfer of Project.Me (project.me GmbH v. Lin, Case...