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Old 21st August 2006, 06:24 PM
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Re: "Generic + Generic" safe from WIPO?

That's the problem. UDRP is not based in law at all. It's all loosely worded, and the panel can cherry-pick the stuff out of the complaint and response that they want to use to get a result.

There should also be a time limit on how long a TM holder has to launch a UDRP. Waiting 5 years is ridiculous - that's certainly not proactively protecting your trademark.

The respondent should take this one to court and get it reversed.
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