The registrant of JustBulbs.com was able to win two (1, and 2) UDRP decisions, 11 years apart. But 3 years later they ended up losing the domain name, $50,000 and attorney’s fees in an ACPA court case.
Gerald Levine wrote about the case here.
What I also found was the lawyer who represented the company bringing legal action vs Greg Ricks, the domain owner, taking great pride in their victory.
In a post titled, “Cybersquatter Gets Swatted Down”
Mark S. Kaufman details how he successfully won the domain name, $50,000 and attorney’s fees.
At the end of the article, Kaufman writes that a domain investor client of his told him this would be quite the feather in his firm’s cap.
This is article is worth reading and won’t take long.
I was talking about this case to a friend who has been in the business for years, he said “If I read this case before I got into domaining, I probably would have never entered domaining.
Would this type of case make you hesitant about becoming a domain investor?