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LottoStore.com and LottoWorks.com lawsuit : Reverse #Domain Name Hijacking

A lawsuit stemming from a 2017 UDRP decision against the domains LottoStore.com and LottoWorks.com has reached a verdict.

Among the declarations: it’s a case of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking – a reversal of the original UDRP.

Here are the statements:

THE COURT FINDS that Plaintiff’s registration and use to date of the domain names <lottostore.com> and <lottoworks.com> are not unlawful under the ACPA or the Lanham Act.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment (Doc. 86) is granted and Defendant Lotto Sport Italia, S.P.A.’s Motion for Summary Judgment (Doc. 83) is denied.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the domain names <lottostore.com> and <lottoworks.com> shall not be transferred to Defendant but instead shall remain registered with the Plaintiff; <lottostore.com> and <lottoworks.com> shall be unlocked/reactivated for Plaintiff’s lawful use.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED directing the Clerk of Court to enter judgment in favor of Plaintiff on Plaintiff’s reverse domain name hijacking claim in Count One and Plaintiff’s declaratory relief claim in Count Two.

The Plaintiff’s attorney in this case is John Berryhill. The Defendant is represented by attorney Marc Randazza.

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One Response to “LottoStore.com and LottoWorks.com lawsuit : Reverse #Domain Name Hijacking”
  1. John Berryhill says:

    My involvement in the case was fairly limited. I got the ball rolling with the initial filing, and also attempted to have a rational initial discussion with your advertiser, Marc Randazza. That discussion became… odd.

    But Jeff Johnson of the Arizona firm of Schmeiser, Olsen and Watts, and his crew, did all of the heavy lifting to move this into the end zone.

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