Company faces the challenge of operating with a descriptive name.
An incorporation and trademark filings company has lost a cybersquatting dispute to upgrade its domain name from .co to .com.
Legally uses Legally.co to pitch its services. GoDaddy owns Legally.com, a name it picked up in a bulk acquisition from Tucows about a year ago. NameFind was asking about $25,000 for the domain.
World Intellectual Property Organization panelist Harrie R. Samaras found that the Complainant did not show that NameFind targeted it with the domain registration for what is a highly descriptive mark. However, Samaras suggested that Legally might have a grievance that could be taken up in the courts. (That seems like a long shot to me given the descriptive nature of the domain.)
It appears that Legally is having some success with its business. $25,000 seems like a fair price for Legally.com. I would jump on it if I were them.
NameFind was represented by Gerald Levine.