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Nirvana LLC obtains transfer of two '.au' domain names - smells like bad-faith use

21 January 2015

World Trademark Review
In a recent domain name dispute under the ‘.au’ Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (auDRP) before the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), an American company has obtained the transfer of two ‘.au’ domain names incorporating its trademark (Nirvana LLC v Wilcox (Case No DAU2014-0031); Nirvana LLC v Willcox (Case No D2014-1597)). ‘.au’ is the country-code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Australia.


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