create a severe penalty to deter Reverse Domain Name Hijacking
Currently there is a benefit in 'crap shoot' UDRPs but no real deterrent. The simple finding of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking does not represent an adverse penalty when: 1) there is no risk of financial loss; 2) the general public never hears or cares; 3) the potential benefit of obtaining a valuable domain name outweighs any detriment. Moreover, panelists rarely impose the ruling of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking even when warranted. This current system needs a severe penalty to deter RDNH attempts. Respectfully, James Wright, Ph.D. Jury Trial Consultants Mock Trials . Jury Selection . Witness Communication . Consulting <http://www.jurytrialconsultants.com/> JuryTrialConsultants.com 1300 W 9th Street, Suite 1106 Cleveland, Ohio 44113 (216) 589-9988 Confidentiality Notice: This email and any attachments may be confidential and protected by legal privilege. If you are not the intended recipient, be aware that any disclosure, copying, distribution or use of the email or any attachment is prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please notify us immediately by replying to the sender and then delete this copy and the reply from your system. Thank you.