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Thread: Spicy IP's Review of INDRP cases
11-16-2009, 09:07 PM #1
Spicy IP's Review of INDRP cases
Spicy IP has indicated that in future posts, it will write reviews on a few past INDRP cases.
While writing about the Bloomberg.net.in INDRP case, the writer at the Spicy IP blog states that although on the face of it the Bloomberg decision seems reasonable and uncontroversial, there are other INDRP decisions that are not:
all decisions resulting from said arbitration in the past cannot be allocated to the said uncontroversial category
Several of them have in fact involved certain features that are fascinating to say the least and worthy of further examination. These include granting trademark rights to terms such as “hotels”, “jobs”, “mines” etc., holding that merits and scope of .IN CCTLD's INDRP (.IN Dispute Resolution Policy) differ considerably from the UDRP (Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy) on which WIPO decisions are based and hence cases in relation to the former are of scant relevance while deciding a dispute pertaining to the latter (despite similarity of the disputes concerned) as well as confiscation of domain names by the registry. Such decisions will be soon highlighted in future posts by the Spicy IP team.
Last edited by Ceres; 11-16-2009 at 09:17 PM.
11-17-2009, 07:51 PM #2
Re: Spicy IP's Review of INDRP cases
Glad to see this. INDRP decision really need to be reviewed by the experts.
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