NAF Domain Dispute Decisions under the Cybersquatting Provisions of the UDRP for Week Ending May 02, 2008

The following Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) decisions were entered by the National Arbitration Forum (NAF). There are 38 panel decisions, and of those decisions, 34 domains were transferred after findings of cybersquatting, 3 UDRP complaints were denied, and 1 complaint withdrawn.

NAF Decisions

> Withdrawn

> Withdrawn

Cigar Aficionado Magazine c/o M. Shanken Communications, Inc. v Andrew Fitting
> Transferred

Quepasa Corporation v Texas International Property Associates - NA NA
> Transferred

Jupiter Chevrolet LP v Nevis Domains
> Transferred

Commerce West Insurance Company v Commerce West LLC
> Claim Denied

Anheuser - Bush, Incorporated v DreamHost Web Hosting
> Transferred

Farhad Parsie v Vie Vie Boutique
> Transferred

Metro Candy & Nut, Inc. v Domain Holdings c/o Eric Keller
> Transferred

AOL LLC v Boris Yu Konovalov
> Transferred

OpenTable, Inc. v Web Brands, Inc. c/o WebBrands.com
> Transferred

Microsoft Corporation v Jim Young
> Transferred

Microsoft Corporation v SR&ED Engineering Consulting, Inc.
> Transferred

Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. v Michael Law
riversourcedistributors.com, riversourcefunds.com
> Transferred

Best Fares USA, Inc. v Joe Fontina
> Transferred

State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company v Gfmis c/o Pongphap Awoopsopa
autoinsurancestatefarm.info, statefarmhealthinsurance.info
> Transferred

National Westminster Bank plc v NatWest Bank Uk Online
> Transferred

State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company v Umpires TV Radio c/o David Yorke
> Transferred

Talecris Biotherapeutics, Inc. v Joseph Ellis
> Transferred

Artisan Confections Company v [Registrant]
> Transferred

> Withdrawn

Federal Signal Corporation v Maltuzi, LLC
> Transferred

Pacific Life Insurance Company and Pacific Life & Annuity Comapany v PabloPalermao
> Transferred

AOL LLC v Jartel Inc.
> Transferred

Nokia Corporation v Michel Sedaghat
> Transferred

Alliant Techsystems, Inc. v Nevis Domains
> Transferred

Baylor University v Mir Internet Marketing, Inc.
baylorpsychiatrist.com baylorpsychiatry.com
> Transferred

Bibit Global Payment Services B.V. fka Bi-bit Billing Services B.V. v Mr Colin Sims
> Transferred

Mattel, Inc. v Domain Park Limited
> Transferred

Sears Brands, LLC v Web Brands, Inc.
> Transferred

Sovereign Bank v Domain Administration Limited c/o David Halstead
> Transferred

State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company v Pongphap Awoopsopa
statefarminsurancecompany.info, statefarmautoinsurancequote.info, statefarmautoinsurancequotes.info
> Transferred

Federal Credit Union v Stanley Pace
kinecta.com Kinecta
> Transferred

Merrick Pet Care, Inc. v Comdot Internet Services Private Limited
wwwmerrickpetcare.com M
> Transferred

The Neiman Marcus Group, Inc. and NM Nevada Trust v David Ball
> Transferred

JohnsonDiversey, Inc. v William Vaughan c/o SMTM Investments Ltd
> Transferred

Trans-High Corporation, Inc. v 420 Magazine
> Transferred

Mattel, Inc. v William Gamelli, Jr.
> Transferred


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