CGU Insurance Plc., sellers of an insurance product called "Your move", filed a complaint to seize yourmove.com from Scottish businessman Irving Remocker.
On 19 February 2001, a WIPO panel dismissed both CGU's complaint and Irving Remocker's request for a finding of reverse domain name hijacking.
WIPO Decision: CGU Insurance plc v. Irving Remocker
Text of WIPO decision to dismiss CGU's complaint to transfer yourmove.com from Irving Remocker.
Register: WIPO ruling a victory for commonsense
It's fairly rare, but WIPO has made a decision regarding www.yourmove.com that we (and normal people everywhere) agree with. It decided that Scottish businessman Irving Remocker is fully entitled to the domain name and can do with it what he wishes. By Kieren McCarthy. (July 03, 2001)
InternetNews: New Weapon Against Reverse Domain Name Hijacking
Accused cybersquatters have a new defense strategy: "Get Froomkin." By Brian McWilliams. (March 08, 2001)
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