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Lewis & Lin Defends Tucks.com from UDRP Filed by Johnson & Johnson | Elliot’s Blog

While the respondent conceded that J&J does have rights to the Tucks trademark, they argued five points in defense of the domain name. These points include that it’s a dictionary term, “Tuck” is a common last name, the name was owned for many years without incident, the owner had no intent to sell it to J&J, and upon a change of parking companies, Tucks-related ads showed accidentally until it was noticed by the owner and switched.

via Lewis & Lin Defends Tucks.com from UDRP Filed by Johnson & Johnson | Elliot’s Blog.

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