Even after winning UDRP, company has to turn to courts to save stolen domain name.
Last month I wrote about how EZQUEST, INC had won back control of its domain name EZQ.com through a UDRP decision. The company said the domain name had been stolen from its Go Daddy account.
A Domain Name Wire reader sent me a link to an article showing that the battle is far from over.
Apparently the alleged thief of the EZQ.com domain name filed some sort of lawsuit in China over the domain name (or at least said it did), which had the effect of staying the UDRP decision. Then the thief listed the domain name for sale again to try to cash in on the domain.
EZQUEST has filed a federal lawsuit (pdf) in Utah to prevent the domain from being sold.
[Update: EZQuest now controls the domain name.]