Streak of WIPO victories for John Berryhill continues

IP attorney, John Berryhill, continued his recent streak of UDRP victories at the WIPO. Representing the Respondent for the UDRP filed against the domain, Mr. Berryhill pointed out that the Complainant didn’t have “clean hands” when they registered domains incorporating various ATV brands and pointed them to their web site; yet, they raise an […]

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Strategic transaction: has a top notch “for sale” domain lander, matching the Greek word kosmos (“world”)—a root word for numerous other words—is a fine example of what a “for sale” domain lander should look like. Using the letter “K” (kappa) as opposed to the Latin “C” the domain places emphasis on the keyword’s origin and purity. It also describes the domain as available […]

Copyright © 2023 · All Rights Reserved. John Berryhill scores another victory for #domain investor

IP attorney, John Berryhill, defended yet another domain UDRP successfully. The domain was ordered to remain with its domainer registrant, as there was no proof of bad faith registration or use of the domain: In view of the above circumstances, the Panel is unable to find it more likely than not that the Respondent […]

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Hijacked domain to be returned after successful #UDRP

A UDRP filed by the owner of the hijacked (stolen) domain has been successful in its goal; the decision orders the domain to be returned to its rightful owner. According to the decision, the Administrative Panel’s finding is as follows: “For the foregoing reasons, in accordance with paragraphs 4(i) of the Policy and 15 […]

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John Berryhill defends in #UDRP at the WIPO

IP attorney, John Berryhill, was the attorney representing the owner of The aged three letter .com domain was the subject of a UDRP filed by Grupo Nacional Provincial, S.A., Mexico, a large Mexican insurance provider. In the UDRP, the Complainant stated they operate in Mexico since 1907, predating the domain’s registration by 84 years. […]

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John Berryhill lands Reverse Domain Name Hijacking decision in UDRP

Damstra Technology Pty Ltd is an Australian company that filed a UDRP to usurp the domain Only problem: the domain was registered in 2000, roughly 16 years before the Complainant registered their domain and a full two decades before they were granted a trademark registration in Australia. IP attorney John Berryhill represented the Respondent […]

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#Secrets with benefits : Imposter brand #domain lost via the UDRP process

Secret Benefits is a relationships app, promising to bring “generous and attractive people” together. The company has over 1 million members, and its active Google Ads use keywords such as “Wealthy Sugar Daddies, Beautiful Sugar Babies.” Secret Benefits is owned by Cyprus-based Oboleo Ltd. and operates from the domain The company has registered SECRET […]

Copyright © 2023 · All Rights Reserved. : UDRP ends up with a minority declaration of Reverse #Domain Name Hijacking

The domain sounds very generic and yet someone contested it via the UDRP process at the National Arbitration Forum. Peymon Mottahedeh filed the UDRP on the basis of having a fresh state trademark: Florida/October 16, 2020. Furthermore, the Complainant asserted they used the domain between 1997 – 2020 and let it drop. The Respondent […]

Copyright © 2023 · All Rights Reserved. #UDRP delivers Reverse #Domain Name Hijacking decision

The registrant of has reasons to be on top of a tall mountain; the UDRP that was filed against his aged domain failed to materialize its goal. In a case that was handled by IP attorney John Berryhill on behalf of the Respondent, the three member panel at the WIPO denied the domain’s transfer […]

Copyright © 2023 · All Rights Reserved. : Sold for $3.875k in March, the #domain faced a #UDRP ordeal, a 1997 domain registration that was auctioned off at NameJet in March, was hit with a UDRP at the WIPO. According to NameBio, was sold for $3,875 dollars. The domain was not a drop, but an expiration from the inventory of Network Solutions, a subsidiary of A company called Cheapstuff Inc., filed […]

Copyright © 2023 · All Rights Reserved. causing a headache to #NameJet is causing a big headache to NameJet. The former asset of CSC Corporate Domains, Inc. dropped in early April, losing its original registration date of 1999. The NameJet auction that ensued ended up at $1,483 dollars according to NameBio. But then, the domain didn’t change hands for more than 30 days and the gaining […]

Copyright © 2023 · All Rights Reserved. : #WordPress developer keeps #domain and cancels usurper’s trademark

Indian developer, Sundar Rajan, faced threats about his domain,, by the registrant of the matching .net. The .com was registered in 2007, while the .net in 2009. The .net registrant wanted to buy Rajan’s domain at a price that wasn’t accepted. Rajan’s rejection of the offer was met with a threat to acquire the […]

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