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After Landmark Victories in the US Courts, Verizon Changes Tactics to Pursue Cybersquatters Through UDRP Arbitration Disputes

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

Despite winning some really landmark cases and having marked success in protecting its ‘VERIZON’ trademark through cybersquatting lawsuits brought under the ACPA, Verizon has recently changed up its method for pursuing cybersquatters. Previous victories in the US court system for Verizon have been against companies such as Navigation Catalyst Systems and OnlineNic.cybersquatting domain names

Verizon’s most recent efforts to fight cybersquatting of its ‘VERIZON’ mark have been in the form of Uniform Domain-name Resolution Policy (UDRP) arbitration disputes filed through the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

Presently, Verizon has at least two live UDRP complaints still pending and has won a victory for ‘VERIZON’ cybersquatted domain names including;

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