Canadian firm tries to take away comScore’s Marketscore.com domain, but fails miserably.
It’s not often that you find a large company like analytics service comScore on the receiving end of a UDRP. But the company was recently forced to defend its domain name MarketScore.com, which it used for a service between 2001-2007.
The complainant, MarketScore Inc., is a Canadian company that appears to have started its business in 2013. comScore, Inc. registered MarketScore.com in 1999.
This was a dead-on-arrival UDRP, and the panelist admonished the complainant for filing the case. comScore didn’t ask for a finding of reverse domain name hijacking, but National Arbitration Forum panelist Dennis A. Foster found it necessary: Click here to continue reading…