Domaining Registrar Defeats Cybersquatting Lawsuit–Philbrick v. eNom

25 02 2009

By Eric Goldman

Philbrick v. eNom, Inc., 2009 WL 152127 (D.N.H. Jan. 22, 2009). The Justia page.

Philbrick’s Sports is a New Hampshire retailer of sporting goods. eNom’s customer registered two domain name variants of Philbrick Sport’s website. When the customer didn’t pay eNom, eNom took the names back for itself. Subsequently, eNom registered another domain name variant of Philbrick’s website through a domain name tasting program. Each of these domain names were parked with Yahoo, who displayed sponsored ads on the domains. Philbrick’s then sued eNom, claiming cybersquatting and trademark infringement.


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