A South Korean man took his case to court when an arbitration panel ruled in August 2000 that he should hand the domain HPweb.com over to computer giant HP. It took a long time and appeals through a number of courts, but the South Korean court system ultimately ruled that HP should own the domain.
This brings up a big issue and thorn in the side of trademark owners: If a UDRP finds in favor of the trademark holder, how can the trademark owner be sure to get the domain in a timely fashion? The domains are typically transferred, but international court systems can put a halt to the process. Law is not always international, but ICANN is meant to represent domain name laws.