Text of in rem complaint Latham & Watkins vs LW-IUF.COM et. al., 1:23-cv-01486-CMH-LRV (EDVA October 31, 2023).

From the complaint:

An unknown scammer has maliciously used the Abusive Domain Names in violation of Latham’s trademark rights to unlawfully, and in bad faith, derive a profit by defrauding members of the public. In the

Law firm McAllister Olivarius sues a client for unpaid bills. Client registers the domain name McallisterOlivariusTruth.com. Law firm sues for cybersquatting. Client moves to dismiss. Motion to dismiss denied.

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Somewhat unusual use of the in rem provisions of ACPA. Chinese plaintiff alleges that a John Doe who also resides in China, has converted multiple domain names for (their) own use. Alleges cyber-squatting, tortious interference and conversion.

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