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Thursday, January 03, 2013



That's a weird move on his part. I think he actually had a reasonable claim on the domain name under 1125(d) and under the California personal names statute. So he gave up his colorable claims, without any protection from a fee award?


Sounds like Charles is on the verge of filing for bankruptcy. You'd hate to hold that up, wouldn't you????

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