2nd INDRP Complaint by Allianz SE


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In 2008, Allianz SE (which offers insurance banking and asset management services), won the domain Allianz.in. After reading the 2008 decision, I agree that Allianz deserved to win the trademarked domain.

Fast forward one year, the Germany company also wins Allianz.co.in in the latest arbitration decision (different respondent). No surprises there I suppose.

However, regardless of the fact that the present case seems like a blatant case of trademark infringement, I have a problem with the fact that the Arbitrator did not set out how they reached their findings. IMHO, the decision is way too vague.

I would have thought it's really important for the Arbitrator to set out how the complainant satisfied the requirements under para 4 of the INDRP rules (blatant infringement case or not). :confused:

What do you think? It's not the first time I've come across such vague decisions.
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