Legal waiver notice plays a role in decision.
Domain investor Nat Cohen’s Telepathy has successfully defended another one of its domain names in a UDRP and the complainant has been found to have engaged in reverse domain name hijacking.
Corporacion Empresarial Altra S.L., which owns the domain name AirZone.es, filed the UDRP against AirZone.com.
Telepathy registered the domain name in 1999 and the complainant made attempts to purchase the domain. Despite making offers over a decade ago, it just filed the UDRP this year.
It’s worth focusing on two things when analyzing this case.
First is the idea of a disclaimer of trademark rights when submitting an offer on a domain name.
Telepathy requests that people interested in buying its domain names submit their offers through SecuredOffers.com. When submitting an offer on that site, submitters check a box next to the statement: Click here to continue reading…