Company pays big bucks after filing losing UDRP.
A Belgium maker of ultrasound equipment has paid $50,000 to settle a lawsuit stemming from a frivolous UDRP it filed.
SDT International filed a UDRP for the domain named SDT.com last year. The domain name is owned by Nat Cohen’s Telepathy, and SDT had tried to purchase the domain name before filing the complaint. (Cohen was on the Domain Name Wire Podcast recently, discussing similar frivolous cases).
Upon receipt of the UDRP, Cohen reached out to SDT’s managing director suggesting that he withdraw the UDRP. Cohen pointed out that SDT’s attorney, Novagraaf Belgium NV/SA, had already been censured for filing abusive UDRPs. Click to continue reading…