CategoryDomain Disputes

1st Group’s MyHealth1st Platform Sold to HealthShare


On May 31, 2023, HealthShare, a leading Australian digital health company, will acquire 1st Group’s MyHealth1st platform for AUD 1.25 million. This deal will have significant implications for the Australian healthcare technology industry, as MyHealth1st has facilitated more than 250,000 appointments per month for over 17,000 practitioners in various fields of medicine, including optometry...

The Hilarious Tale of a Marketing Genius and His $4.99 Domain Name


Meet Philip Giustini, a 42-year-old marketing guru from San Piero a Sieve, just 10 minutes away from the famous Mugello racetrack. He's the owner of the Marketing Toys agency, and he knows a thing or two about making an impact in the digital world. And he proved it when he registered the domain for just $4.99.

New phishing attack method targets QuickBooks and PayPal


Hackers are resorting to novel phishing attacks by using rogue QuickBooks and PayPal accounts, as traditional business email compromise (BEC) attacks become harder to carry out. Researchers have found that hackers are signing up for QuickBooks and PayPal accounts for free and sending thousands of phoney invoices to mid-level managers and purchasing people, as well as attacking small businesses. 

International Law Enforcement Agencies Shut Down Genesis Market


A coalition of international law enforcement agencies, led by the FBI in the United States and the Dutch National Police, have coordinated the takedown of Genesis Market, a major online criminal marketplace that offered packages of stolen credentials for sale to cybercriminals. Genesis Market facilitated cybercrime by advertising and selling stolen access credentials used to compromise accounts...

Who masters


Recently, a trademark infringement lawsuit was filed by Hair Masters, a luxury hair and wellness salon chain, against The Hair Master's Hair & Beauty Lounge, an Ahmedabad-based salon.

Leonardo Dicaprio gets his domain name back


Recently, Leonardo DiCaprio allowed his domain name to lapse, but it's good to hear that he was able to recover it through the UDRP process. This case serves as a valuable lesson for other trademark owners to be diligent about renewing their domain names and monitoring their online presence.

When the Complainant and the Respondent are from the same family


Today we are going to see an interesting UDRP dispute where family members were in a contest for the domain name  The Respondent, who is the son of one of the partners of the Complainant firm, claims to have full rights and privileges to use the trademark due to his involvement in the family business. However, the Complainant holds a trademark registration for the mark in India... invites an unusual UDRP decision


Domain Name disputes decisions usually tilt towards the prior event, whether it be the registration of the said domain name or related trademark. However, sometimes there are exceptions to it.  There might be the case, when an entity who registered earlier fails to get the domain name. However, this can happen depending upon the other scenarios revolving around the disputed domain name. As we...

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