Nvidia GTX 970 class action lawsuit : Proper use of a trademark domain

Nvidia fans are often driven by their appreciation of the video card manufacturer’s products.

Registering a domain name that contains a brand, or a product, without the permission of the brand’s owner can lead one to trouble.

Trademark violations are the top cause of UDRP filings against domain owners.

Fans and owners of the Nvidia GTX 970 video card, for example, should not be registering domains such as NvidiaGTX970.com.

There is, however, a proper use of such trademarks, and in the case of the domain GTX970Settlement.com that’s mandated by a class action lawsuit.


In this case, following a lawsuit that gained class action status, the allocated law firm proceeded with the registration of this domain.

The domain itself describes the function of the web site that provides information related to the Nvidia GTX 970 class action lawsuit.

For the record, if you bought a stand alone Nvidia GTX 970 card between September 1, 2014 and August 24, 2016 you might be entitled to $30 dollars, once the funds get distributed. The process is easy.

All submissions must be postmarked by November 30, 2016.

Visit GTX970Settlement.com for details.

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