“Manipulation” and “achieve UDRP reverse domain name hijacking” removed from profile.
Marco Notarnicola is an Intellectual Property/trademarks manager for Bigfoot Entertainment, a company that is coming under fire for questionable trademark activity. The company was recently found to have engaged in reverse domain name hijacking in a UDRP for Slized.com.
co-existence, consent agreements, etc. to ensure creative resolution of IP disputes, including manipulation of TMs and common law marks to achieve UDRP “reverse domain name hijacking”
Although I have not personally heard from Notarnicola after contacting him for comment, he has changed his LinkedIn profile a couple of times.
First, he changed the word “achieve” to “recognize cases of,” which didn’t make much sense.
Now he has completely changed the controversial part of the statement:
co-existence, consent agreements, etc. to ensure creative resolution of IP disputes, including administration of trademarks and domains mechanics involving UDRP procedures.
It looks much better, but I’m sure anyone who receives a UDRP complaint from one of Gleisnner’s companies will benefit by pointing out the earlier profile.