RE: [ga] percentages and numbers of cases
> From: Harald Tveit Alvestrand [mailto:harald@Alvestrand.no]
> Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 2:27 PM
> 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....)
That is the other problem with those "bad" decisions. They destroy the
credibility of the system.
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