In no country in the world is a well-known software maker reconciled with the emergence of domains, including its name or trademarks belonging to it. This was the case with the domain microsoftindia.net.
Based on the UDRP rules, Microsoft filed a complaint with the Arbitration and Mediation Center of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). Lawyers of the corporation were able to prove all the reasons for the transfer of the domain: firstly, the domain name is similar to the plaintiff’s trademark, secondly, the domain owner does not have legal rights to this domain name and, thirdly, the domain is registered and is used in bad faith. Continue reading