Laches – definition

lach·es/ˈlaCHiz/
noun
  1. unreasonable delay in making an assertion or claim, such as asserting a right, claiming a privilege, or making an application for redress, which may result in refusal.

 

Intellectual Property Group enjoys seeing RDNH WINS in cases where COMPLAINANTS are GUILTY OF REVERSE-DOMAIN-NAME-HI-JACKING (RDNH).

We at Intellectual Property Group enjoy seeing cases that involved RDNH WINS for RESPONDENTS.  Why?  Because it is designed to show that violating the rules and regulations of TRADEMARK and UDRP LAWS will get the COMPLAINANT in HOT SEAT and turn the tables in the event they are found GUILTY of RDNH.  It’s time to file some new lawsuits and there’s no one else better than the guys at INTELLECTUALPROPERTY.ORG to help you fight for your rights.

Considered the idea that USPTO is taking sides of various companies based on their lacking….

Booking.com sues USPTO for rejection of trademark granting.