In late May, a UDRP was filed at WIPO against the seemingly generic CheapStuff.com domain name. The filing was made after the domain name apparently expired and was auctioned on NameJet, where it achieved a sale price of $3,875. The UDRP decision was sent out today, and the respondent won. In addition, a finding of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking (RDNH) was made. Attorney John Berryhill represented the domain registrant in this proceeding, and the WIPO panelist was John Swinson.
In looking over the decision, I can see the complainant cited the recent Booking.com trademark Supreme Court decision in a supplemental filing. As John mentioned on Twitter, this will likely be a regular occurrence domain registrants will need become accustomed to seeing in UDRP defenses going forward: