Glad to see some reverse hijacking decisions finally.
Frank Schilling, with the help of attorney John Berryhill, has convinced a UDRP panel that AINS, INC is guilty of reverse domain name hijacking in a dispute over eCase.com.
AINS, Inc has a trademark for “ecase” for its software for workflow and case management. It claimed a first use in commerce date of 2009 on its trademark application.
Schilling acquired the domain name eCase.com in 2002, so the case had no chance of succeeding.