At the last check on 2016-08-30, website load time was 0.12.
The highest load time is 0.70, the lowest load time is 0.12, the average load time is 0.26.
Forum July 2, 2002) (“In the interest of having claims decided on the merits and not by default and because Complainant has not been prejudiced in the presentation of its case by the late submission, Respondent’s opposition documents are accepted as timely.”). 27, 2003) (“As Complainant’s trademark application was subsequently approved by the U. Patent and Trademark Office, the relevant date for showing ‘rights’ in the mark for the purposes of Policy ¶ 4(a)(i) dates back to Complainant’s filing date.”); see also D2000-1512 (WIPO Feb. 20, 2002) (finding that because the complainant must prove all three elements under the Policy, the complainant’s failure to prove one of the elements makes further inquiry into the remaining element unnecessary); see also D2004-0541 (WIPO Sept.
Since the Panel concludes that the disputed Domain Name is sufficiently distinct from Complainant’s Mark under Policy ¶ 4(a)(i), the Panel may and does decline to analyze the other two elements of the Policy.
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Respondent also stated that he had been in the dating business for more than six years and said that the Complainant should come up with a “good offer”; Paragraph 15(a) of the Rules for Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (the “Rules”) instructs this Panel to “decide a complaint on the basis of the statements and documents submitted in accordance with the Policy, these Rules and any rules and principles of law that it deems applicable.”Bd. The use of these three common English words together, in this order, simply cannot reasonably be said to be confusingly similar to Complainant’s Mark which only uses two of the same words, in different order and not separated by a third, five (5) letter word.
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