- Jul 1, 2022
The Complainant is professionally represented in this matter and, in the opinion of the Panel, knew or ought to have known that it could not succeed as to the second and third elements of the Policy for the reasons set out above, In particular: The Complainant knew that the Disputed Domain Name predated its trademarks, and still provided almost no evidence about any alleged unregistered trademark rights; the Complaint ignored to address the obvious dictionary meaning of the word “cappuccine” and the impact on the Respondent’s rights or legitimate interests in respect of the Disputed Domain Name.
In these circumstances, the Panel finds that the Complaint has been brought in bad faith. Accordingly, the Panel finds that the Complainant has abused the administrative proceeding and engaged in reverse domain name hijacking.
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