HugeDomains claims Austin medical group provided false statements in UDRP.
A couple weeks ago I wrote about a UDRP for AustinPain.com and how I thought the panel got it wrong.
Now HugeDomains, which was on the losing end of the case, has filed suit to halt the transfer and is asking to recover damages under Reverse Domain Name Hijacking (RDNH).
The suit was filed against Austin Pain Associates in U.S. District Court in Colorado yesterday.
In the suit, HugeDomains alleges that Austin Pain Associates “knowingly provided the UDRP panel with materially false, incomplete, and misleading information in an effort hijack the austinpain.com domain name from HugeDomains.”
Filing the lawsuit has the effect of halting the domain name transfer to Austin Pain Associates (APA). APA submitted to the Colorado court’s personal jurisdiction when it filed the UDRP.
You can read the full lawsuit here (pdf).