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Re: [ga] percentages and numbers of cases

At 16:13 07.04.2001 -0400, Michael Froomkin - U.Miami School of Law wrote:
>Of course very few cases have been taken to court.  The losers who have
>the good cases are frequently people without money and without lawyers.
>That's one reason they lost when they should have won.

another strong tendency is that those who choose not to respond to a 
challenge to a domain lose their domain more often than those who respond.

in the case of guinness-really-sucks.com, the defendant didn't bother to 
reply (having registered the domain in a fit of pique after the UDRP had 
taken guiness and/or guinnes away from him, if I remember the details 
right, I suppose he saw no reason to bother....)

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