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Inside Oversee.net v. Howard Nelson Brady, Jr.

Lawsuit sheds more light on bidding scandal. Earlier today Snapnames and parent company Oversee.net filed a lawsuit against former employee Howard Nelson Brady, Jr. for his alleged scheme of shill bidding and embezzlement.

By |May 4th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Simple Math at Play in SnapNames Lawsuit

How much did customers overpay thanks to Halvarez? Last week I reported about how the judge in the California lawsuit against Snapnames questioned how much money was at issue. In order to qualify for class action status, at least $5 million must be at stake. In questioning the total number, the judge noted that the plaintiff in the case had lost a whopping $20. If ‘halvarez’ participated in 50,000 auctions at an average overpayment of $20, that would be only $1 million.

By |February 9th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Oversee.net Asks Court to Dismiss SnapNames Lawsuit

Defendants file motion to dismiss lawsuit over bidding scandal. Oversee.net and Snapnames have filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed against it in wake of the SnapNames insider bidding scandal . The lawsuit seeking class action status was filed by Stewart Resmer, who overpaid for a SnapNames auction by $20 in 2006 due to the insider bidding

By |January 14th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Oversee.net Asks Court to Dismiss SnapNames Lawsuit

Defendants file motion to dismiss lawsuit over bidding scandal. Oversee.net and Snapnames have filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed against it in wake of the SnapNames insider bidding scandal . The lawsuit seeking class action status was filed by Stewart Resmer, who overpaid for a SnapNames auction by $20 in 2006 due to the insider bidding. In its motion to dismiss ( pdf ), Oversee.net and SnapNames argue: -Resmer doesn’t have any standing to name Oversee.net on any claims because Oversee.net did not acquire SnapNames until after auction in which Resmer participated

By |January 14th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments