Vanity.com Incorporated Files Lawsuit Against Vanity Shop of Grand Forks, Inc.

 

Via his Twitter feed this morning, George Kirikos has reported that Vanity.com Incorporated has filed a lawsuit against Vanity Shop of Grand Forks, Inc. The lawsuit is reportedly in response to the UDRP decision that awarded the Vanity.com domain name to Vanity Shop.

According to Justia, the lawsuit was filed in District Court in the state of Arizona. As a result of this lawsuit filing, the ordered transfer of the Vanity.com domain name will likely be halted pending the outcome of litigation.

Mike Berkens covered this story last month on his blog and it garnered some interesting discussion.

Elliot Silver
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