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.US Domains Are Subject To Being Suspended Under The URS

April 9th, 2015 Comments off
I’m not sure when .US domain names became subject to the Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) policy but it seems they are. Actually ICANN site on the URS specifically  says that .US domain names are not subject to the URS Technically the decision is a usRS for the .usTLD Rapid Suspension System (the “Rules”). In the […]
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Skechers Loses URS Bid To Have The Domain SKX.science Suspended

April 7th, 2015 Comments off
Skechers just lost its bid to have the domain name skx.science suspended in a Uniform Resolution Proceeding (URS) and the domain holder a Joel Williams did not even respond. Skechers was represented by Kleinberg & Lerner, LLP of Los Angeles, CA, The examiner Luz Helena Villamil Jimenez, found although Skechers had a trademark in the […]
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Trademark Holder of Dana & Spicer Loses URS On Dana.parts & Spicer.parts; Told To File A UDRP

February 5th, 2015 Comments off
Car parts manufacturer, Dana Limited of Maumee, Ohio, just lost a URS on the domain names Dana.parts and Spicer.parts which are owned by FleetTruckParts.com of Blue Island, Illinois. Dana has a federally registered trademark on both the terms DANA and SPICER. The examiner Anne M. Wallace found despite owning the trademark Dana did “not established […]
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Worst URS Decision of 2015: Telethon.Club Ordered Suspended On Complaint Of French TM Holder

January 12th, 2015 Comments off
The Association Francaise Contre Les Myopathies of Evry, France has won a Uniform Rapid Suspension on the seemingly very generic domain name Telethon.Club The Examiner Ahmet Akguloglu, who received the Complaint on January 6th issued the decision today January 12th although the domain was just registered on December 9th. Here are the finding of Facts: […]
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Nissan Loses Its 2nd Domain Proceeding In a Row on New gTLD Nissan.email

December 25th, 2014 Comments off
Nissan has lost the 2nd URS in the last three days after winning 10 in a row. This time Nissan lost the Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) on the domain name Nissan.email The examiner Kendall C. Reed held: “The Respondent holds the domain name as inventory, which is not inherently wrongful and can represent a legitimate […]
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After Winning 10 Uniform Rapid Suspensions in Dec. Nissan Loses Its 1st on Nissan.technology

December 23rd, 2014 Comments off
Nissan Motors has just lost it first Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) proceeding after winning ten URS in just December. Richard W. Hill, as Examiner declined to suspend the domain even though the domain holder failed to respond. The opinion is completely devoid of any reason of why the complaint was dismissed, or how it varied […]
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Aeropostale Wins 1st Uniform Rapid Suspension Appeal On Aeropostale.Uno

December 21st, 2014 Comments off
The clothing company Aeropostale has won what we believe is the first appeal of a Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) proceeding. Back in April a URS examiner  Alan L. Limbury,denied the Complaint of  Aeropostale Procurement Company on the domain name aeropostale.uno finding that “Complainant here submitted with its complaint copies of the certificates of registration of […]
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Aeropostale Wins 1st Uniform Rapid Suspension Appeal On Aeropostale.Uno

December 21st, 2014 Comments off
The clothing company Aeropostale has won what we believe is the first appeal of a Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) proceeding. Back in April a URS examiner  Alan L. Limbury,denied the Complaint of  Aeropostale Procurement Company on the domain name aeropostale.uno finding that “Complainant here submitted with its complaint copies of the certificates of registration of […]
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Nissan Files 12 Separate URS Cases On New gTLD’s Spending Over 50% The Cost Of What A Block Would Have Cost

December 8th, 2014 Comments off
Nissan which sold Z.com for $6.8 million dollars a few weeks ago filed 12 separate Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) cases with the National Arbitration Forum over the weekend. For about 3K per brand, or $9K Nissan could have bought a block with Donuts which would have blocked any of new gTLD domain name in these […]

URS Examiner Hands Over PPR.Wang Without Even Citing Complainant’s Trademark

November 3rd, 2014 Comments off
KERING of Paris, France just won a proceeding under the Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) policy to get the domain name PPR.Wang Suspended Mr. Sebastian Matthew White Hughes, was the Examiner who found that KERING owned a trademark on the term “PPR” The problem I have with this decision is that the Examiner didn’t take the […]
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