Va. Federal Judge Denies Default Judgment Against Domains In Cybersquatting Case

Va. Federal Judge Denies Default Judgment Against Domains In Cybersquatting Case

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Even though six in rem Internet domain defendants are in default because they have not responded to cybersquatting claims against them, a Virginia federal judge on Sept. 17 denied a motion for default judgment because he found that the plaintiff had not yet met its burden to prove infringement (Bright Imperial Ltd. v. RT MediaSolutions, S.R.O., et al., No. 1:11-cv-00935, E.D. Va.).

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