Paddy Power pick a winner in domain dispute

Paddy Power alleged that paddypower.ro was registered in bad faith as the original registrant of the domain, Petrin Milenco Daniel, was using Paddy Power’s trademark for financial gain. Prior to filings its complaint at WIPO, Paddy Power had sent Daniel a cease and desist letter.

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IPPro The internet | Total totals cybersquatter in domain dispute | ipprotheinternet.com

IPPro The Internet is the go-to industry publication for free news, views and opinion on intellectual property news. French oil and gas giant Total has won the rights to an infringing domain in a World Intellectual Property Organisation Arbitration and Mediation centre dispute

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Bank wins ruling against ‘cybersquatter’ who demanded £100,000 for domain name

A bank has won a legal battle against a China-based ‘cybersquatter’, who attempted to extort almost £100,000 from the business by buying a domain name they wanted. Clydesdale Bank, which is based in Glasgow, was dismayed to find that a web address it wanted had been snapped up by Eric Cheng.

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Protecting Your Business Domain Begins When You Select It

For startups, the initial selection of a domain name is critical. Using a domain name that actually matches your company name is clearly preferable. Critically, the more unique your company/domain name, the more protection you can generally obtain under intellectual property principles.

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Gilead Wins Sovaldi Domain Dispute Over Buyers’ Club Generic Sellers – Intellectual Property Watch

Pharmaceutical company Gilead has made headlines in recent years for offering the hepatitis C drug Sovaldi that has helped many patients. And for the fact that it came with an eye-popping price tag.

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