29th Mar 2013

Posted By: ESQwire.com 

A new database of reverse domain name hijacking cases has been launched at RDNH.com.

For those of you interested in reading out reverse domain name hijacking cases, your prayers have been answered: enter RDNH.com. The site has been created as a collaboration between Andrew Allemann of DomainNameWire.com, David Lahoti, and Nat Cohen (although Allemann clearly states that Mr. Cohen has done most of the work).

Thus far, the trio have listed out approximately 129 reverse domain name hijacking cases. They’re reaching out to the domainer community for more – if you know of any, they’re asking that you get in contact with them.

As more reverse domain name hijacking cases are decided, the site may turn into the go-to resource for those seeking to research precedent and case law. It’s certainly going to be a convenient resource, if not already. The cases are listed out (and sortable) by domain, venue (NAF, UDRP, etc.), case number, and decision date for easy browsing.

Kudos to Allemann, Cohen, and Lahoti for a job well done.