Trade Mark valuation

Trademark Holder Of CompareTheMarket Loses A Second UDRP On CompareTheMarket.XXX  April 19, 2016 – 10:36 am
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Strike two

In a pretty rare situation, a trademark holder that filed and lost a UDRP, filed for a second time and lost again.

The domain at issues is CompareTheMarket.xxx

You can read the case summary below but you got to love the trademark holders opinion of the UDRP system, one which I don’t think I have ever heard before:

“”With regard to the decision of the Panel in Administrative Proceeding No. 100421 the Complainant presents further observations, concluding that the effect of the Panel’s reasoning in that Administrative Proceeding gives cyber-squatters (particularly “first time” cyber-squatters) a significant advantage in domain dispute proceedings if they (i) hide behind a privacy service, and (ii) do not respond to domain Complaints

Yeah those cybersquatters, especially those that don’t respond to complaints have a tremendous success rate, I think maybe as high as 5%.

All kidding aside the case does have a good discussion of under what circumstances the same complainant can file a second UDRP against the same domain holder for the same domain so its worth a read.

So now for the relevant facts and findings:

“”The disputed domain name COMPARETHEMARKET.XXX& has already been the subject of UDRP decision No. 100421 between the same parties as in the present case.”

Source: The Domains

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