First reverse domain hijacking decision of 2011
A WIPO panel strongly castigated the complainant and appeared to strongly rule against the so-called Octogen line
A February 2 UDRP decision from WIPO, published yesterday, was strongly critical of Prime Pictures' complaint.
"Any reasonable investigation would have revealed that there was a fundamental weakness in the Complainant's case," wrote the three-person panel, which comprised Jonathan Turner, Hoda Barakat and David H Bernstein.
The disputed domain cinemacity.com was registered in 1998 by respondent DigiMedia.com, seven years before the complainant produced any evidence of use for its claimed mark. The panel strongly went against the so-called...
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