The UDRP case regarding ASIACHARTS.COM



Asia Charts Pte. Ltd. of Singapore represented by Lim Chee Leong loses UDRP case in its attempt to unfairly grab domain name - a domain name that was registered 4 years before the Complainant was even formed.

Panelists find Asia Charts Pte. Ltd. of Singapore guilty of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking.


Unanimously all of the three panelists agreed that the domain name had neither been registered in bad faith nor was the domain name being used in bad faith.

  The Panelists stated : "Even a cursory review of the UDRP and UDRP decisions would have alerted Complainant that this case was Devoid of Merit." and that "Complainant knew when it filed the Complaint that it could not prove at least 2, if not all 3 of the elements to prevail."  

Asia Charts Pte. Ltd. of Singapore represented by Lim Chee Leong had their complaint denied. The respondent was represented by, P.C., Ari Goldberger and Jason Schaeffer.

The WIPO ruling on the case (Asia Charts Pte. Ltd. of Singapore v. Neuronet Systems Pte Ltd) can be found at Case KL1400018.




The panelists' concluding paragraph sums up by saying:

"Accordingly, the panel finds that the Complainant's action constitutes an abuse of the UDRP process. The panel thus enters a finding of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking."


There are news stories about the domain name UDRP case on Best Reverse Domain Hijacking UDRP Ever: Asia Charts Of Singapore Guilty & 1st For Asian UDRP Provider.

There are numerous sources for "Reverse Domain Name Hijacking".  Amongst these are and (which includes a current list of those found guilty of trying to Reverse Hijack a Domain Name in which they had no legal rights. In other words they tried to bully the rightful owners into relinquishing their property and forcing these innocent parties to spend thousands to defend what they already own).

See also Does the UDRP do more harm than good? and The UDRP: A Problem at the Core of the Internet


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