Two largest UDRP administrators now handling .co domain name disputes.
[Update: Apparently NAF started offering .co disputes last fall. This is the first time I’ve seen a .co dispute there.] National Arbitration Forum has joined World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in offering dispute resolution services for .co domain name.
When .co relaunched last year the only authorized UDRP provider was WIPO.
Some companies were behind the ball and didn’t get their domain names during the trademark sunrise period. The easiest resolution for many of them is to file a UDRP.
So far WIPO has received 70 .co
m disputes from companies such as AOL, Revlon, Brookstone, and Adidas. Complainants have yet to lose a case.
National Arbitration Forum does not offer searching by top level domain, but I believe the first case was BackCountry.co, which commenced on March 3.