Lambo.com: Following UDRP loss, Respondent files lawsuit against Lamborghini

Lamborghini S.p.A. won the UDRP it filed against the domain Lambo.com; now the Respondent and registrant of the domain is hitting back with a lawsuit.

The case between Richard Blair, plaintiff, and Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A, defendant, refers to the Lambo.com domain’s acquisition as a follow-up to adopting that moniker (Lambo) as a private alias for activities in various online communities.

The lawsuit seeks the following relief:

(a) Declaring that Plaintiff’s acquisition and use of the domain name Lambo.com is not unlawful under the ACPA, 15 U.S.C. § 1125(d);

(b) Declaring that Plaintiff’s acquisition and use of the domain name Lambo.com does
not constitute a registration with the bad faith intent to profit from any mark alleged
to be owned by Defendant under the ACPA, 15 U.S.C. § 1125(d);

(c) Declaring that Plaintiff is not required to transfer the domain name Lambo.com to
Defendant;

(d) Declaring that the Registrar NameSilo LLC shall not transfer the registration for the
domain name Lambo.com to Defendant;

(e) For such other and further relief as the Court shall deem appropriate.

The case’s details can be downloaded in a PDF format; the update and link were provided by IP attorney, John Berryhill, who is not representing either party in this case. Attorney Brett E. Lewis represents the plaintiff in this case.

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One Response to “Lambo.com: Following UDRP loss, Respondent files lawsuit against Lamborghini”
  1. jrb says:

    This is good news and deserves to be fought.

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