Stanley Pace scores a UDRP victory against Austrian casserole

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    Domain investor, Stanley Pace, won another UDRP – this time against the domain Reindl.com. The domain was offered for sale with a $79,000 dollar price tag.

    Registered in 2016, the domain’s keyword, “reindl,” means casserole in German.

    An Austrian company that creates protective clothing, asserted that they have a trademark since 1999.

    Reindl Gesellschaft m.b.H. of St. Willibald, Austria, operate from the dot .AT and in the UDRP case filed at the WIPO they claimed rights to this generic dictionary word. They offered $2,000 dollars to the Respondent.

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