A handful of generics are hit with UDRPs, and one previous complainant called me…
I’ve noticed a handful of seemingly generic domain names get his with UDRPs over the past few days.
Here are some that have hit my radar:
There can always be extenuating circumstances behind a UDRP filing, such as domain theft. But on the face of it these look like losing cases.
That brings up something interesting that happened over the weekend. A first for me.
Someone who had filed a frivolous UDRP complaint that I recently wrote about called me. I had raked his company over the coals for filing a case it couldn’t win, so I figured the person was calling to complain. Instead, he thanked me for explaining why the case was frivolous. As is often the case with UDRPs, he got bad advice from a lawyer.
It’s understandable that a complainant isn’t an expert on UDRP and its requirements. Perhaps it’s the complainants’ lawyers we should be blasting more than the complainant itself.