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Borrower Avoids Trademark and Cybersquatting Accusations in Bashing Its Lender Online

A Minnesota federal court rejected trademark and cybersquatting claims levied against a borrower that created a website to warn consumers about what it perceived to be a lender's fraudulent business practices. Jalin Realty Capital Advisors v. A Better Wireless , 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 2461 (D....

University of Oklahoma Files Cybersquatting Complaint against Registrant of soonernetwork.com

The University of Oklahoma (OU) is suing Hugh Michael Glenn, who registered the domain name soonernetwork.com and linked it to the image of a longhorn, representing OU's rival the University of Texas. The image also displayed the phrase "Go Longhorns!!!" and stated that the domain...