One thing I’ve noticed watching the daily WIPO decisions as they come down, every week seems to bring another case involving “Lego”.
So I did some research and found it wasn’t my imagination.
So far in 2010 there have been 69 cases filed according to UDRPSearch.com, by the toymaker.
and this is just the middle of June.
From 2009 to date there have been over 100 cases filed by the toymaker.
Of course some of the case involve mulitple domains.
To date, every decided case has resulted in the domain being transferred or the case being dropped (meaning the domain owner transferred the domain after the case was filed however there are several pending cases).
Not once has the domain holder won the right to keep the domain.
Not a very good track record for the domain holders 100 loses, zero wins.
I’m sure all of you have heard the catch phrase for Eggo Waffles and Pancakes “Let Go My Eggo”, so here is the New Rule, “let go of the Lego” domains and stop registering them.