Karen Millen loses UDRP complaint against rogue site
A UDRP case has reemphasised that trade mark owners must provide substantial evidence to show that goods sold through suspected rogue domains are counterfeits
Fashion company Karen Millen failed to win the transfer of karenmillenoutletonline.com after it gave only circumstantial evidence that the site sold fake goods, despite saying they had been "verified as counterfeit".
WIPO panellist William Knight said the clothing's low...
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