Nestle filed a complaint to seize maggi.com, a site registered by Romeo Maggi as a site for the Maggi family and a Maggi Foundation he intended to establish.

On 12 October 2001, the WIPO panel found Nestle's complaint to be an attempt at reverse domain-name hijacking and decided not to transfer or cancel maggi.com.

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WIPO Decision: Societe des Produits Nestle S.A. v. Pro Fiducia Treuhand AG
Text of WIPO decision not to transfer maggi.com from Romeo Maggi to Nestlé, and finding the complaint to be an attempt at reverse domain name hijacking.
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