Behold: an in-depth look at Michael Gleissner’s trademark applications, companies and domain names.
Now, World Trademark Review has compiled an extensive list of all of his activities.
The publication calls it The Gleissner Files. It contains more than 1,100 registered company names, over 2,500 trademark applications and 5,300 domain names (and how they are being used).
It’s a 69-page .pdf document, so searching it won’t be that easy. But it shows the breadth of Gleissner’s bizarre activities. Among the .com trademarks his companies have applied for: Top.com, Host.com, Bob.com, Fiji.com, Salt.com, Connect.com, Black.com and many more.
What is Gleissner’s end game? We know he has filed UDRPs to try to get generic domains and has threatened trademark applicants about getting their marks canceled. But I’m still scratching my head about the overall strategy.