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California’s official attorney licensing agency has lost a cybersquatting dispute after it failed to prove ownership of trademarks that it claimed could be confused with the disputed domain name.
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domain name disputes, State Bar of California, National Arbitration Forum, cybersquatting, bad faith, common law trademark rights, attorney registering