If a complainant representative isn’t aware of all of the facts, it can always say mea culpa.
Cricket South Africa, an organization behind a professional cricket competition in South Africa in the T20 format, has been found to have engaged in reverse domain name hijacking.
It was a complex case in which the complainant’s attorney likely didn’t have all of the facts. The respondent called out the complainant with the real facts. When it did, rather than apologize, the complainant doubled down.
For that, it was found guilty of reverse domain name hijacking.