Cybersquatting & Domain Dispute Lawyer Attorney Law Firm - Domain Name Squatting: Beware The Trademarks

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2012.07.26

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Enrico
Thanks a lot for this very useful and professional look at potential TM infringements.
Not long ago a company accused me of TM infringement and demanded that I transferred the domain over to them. It's a common dictionary term. The domain was parked at Sedo and some of the displayed adds were related to the industry of the TM's owner (when I park a domain with them I have no say regarding the types of industries Sedo's adds relate to). Is this a TM infringement?
best regards
J.

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