Kylie and Kendall Jenner get their .com domains via UDRP proceedings


Two separate UDRP cases filed on behalf of Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner’s daughters, Kylie and Kendall, resulted as expected.

The domain names and were ordered to be transferred, in UDRPs filed at the WIPO in July.

Earlier this year, both Kim and Khloe Kardashian won their respective UDRP cases as well, so the Jenner family should be safe for now.


Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner photos in Google search.

In both Jenner girls cases, the Respondents from India stated thus:

“The Respondents do not deny that they were aware of the Complainants when they registered the Domain Names, but rest their case mainly on the fact that the Complainants had no relevant trade mark rights as at the date of registration of the Domain Names. They also contend that they have done nothing in relation to the Domain Names, which could be categorized as use in bad faith. They have used the Domain Names continuously since 2007 as “titles” for news, social media and blog websites and information sites for millennials.”

Celebrities are often targeted and have their full names, monikers or combinations thereof squatted; the practice leads to the reallocation of the domain most of the time, when a UDRP is filed.

For the case decision, click here. For the decision, here’s the link to the UDRP text.

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