3.9 Can the respondent’s renewal of its domain name registration support a finding of (registration in) bad faith?

Where the respondent provides satisfactory evidence of an unbroken chain of possession, panels typically would not treat merely “formal” changes or updates to registrant contact information as a new registration. 

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What does (RDNH) REVERSE DOMAIN NAME HIJACKING mean?

Reverse domain name hijacking (also known as reverse cybersquatting), occurs where a trademark owner attempts to secure a domain name by making false cybersquatting claims against a domain name’s rightful owner. This often intimidates domain name owners into transferring ownership of their domain names to trademark owners to avoid legal action, particularly when the domain…

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123inkt.nl owner tries to reverse hijack 123ink.com

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Brazil company guilty of reverse domain name hijacking – The company filed the case against the matching .com domain, passagenspromo.com

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Dealing with Fraud and Scams in a small business

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What happens when the old registrant of a trademark transferred the TM to a new registrant. Does that still enable the old registrant to file lawsuits and file claims using the the TM filing as support to make claims?

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What happens when a Company files for a trademark and falsely indicates their FIRST USE IN COMMERCE to the USPTO?

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If one registrar charges a price for registration/renewal of a domain, and another registrar charges $5 less for renewal/transfer, then the registrant has every opportunity to transfer the domain name to the cheaper registrar, and this action does not mean that the domain is re-registered, especially when the owner is the same.

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RDNH Finding on CellGene.com UDRP

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RDNH Finding on SecureLock.com UDRP

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