Seven Habits company faces lawsuit over Adwords bidding.
Lawyer wins UDRP over his personal names, but battle still looms over family domain names. Last week I wrote about how first amendment attorney Marc J. Randazza had filed a lawsuit against detractor Crystal Cox over a number of domain names she registered.
Company claims trademark infringement. Las Vegas company Order Inn, Inc., which uses the domain name OrderInn.com, has sued startup Ordr.in for trademark infringement.
Long legal battle between Moniker founder and Oversee.net is over. Moniker.com founder Monte Cahn has dismissed his lawsuit against Oversee.net regarding money he said he was owed under a bonus plan
Preemptive case against New Jersey man can’t go forward in Washington, judge rules. DomainTools’ preemptive lawsuit against Russ Smith has been dismissed ( pdf ) with prejudice for lack of personal jurisdiction and improper venue.
1stDibs.com says owner of FirstDibs.com is cybersquatting. The registrants of FirstDibs.com and 1stDibs.com are embroiled in a court battle, with the latter saying that FirstDibs.com infringes its trademarks
Does GoWaiter.com infringe Waiter.com’s mark? Here’s an interesting lawsuit that shows the challenges of building a business on a a descriptive (aka ‘generic’) domain name.
Jeweler files claim over six domain registrations. Jewelry company Tacori Enterprises has sued Oversee.net in U.S. District Court for cybersquatting
MegaUpload.net up for auction again, and DigitalArchery.com doesn’t have a new owner after all. Here are a couple interesting updates on Sedo domain name auctions
Company lets domain expire that was recovered in lawsuit. Facebook has been on the hunt over the past year to capture typos of its domain names
Judge says sanctions warranted against plantiffs and lawyer. Remember domain investor VL Raymer, who found herself wrongly named in an alleged counterfeiting ring of Primp products last year?
Receiver wants ICANN to reverse domain transfers.
paidContent reports the lawsuit brought against Google in 2008 over quality of ads showing on parked or error message web pages has been thrown out by the court.
Energy company complains to WIPO about Valero.xxx. San Antonio, TX based energy giant Valero Energy is the third company to ask an arbitration panel to give it a .xxx domain name. The company filed a complaint last week with World Intellectual Property Forum (WIPO), seeking control of Valero.xxx