One of the latest published decisions from WIPO covers a film currently showing at the US box office – Spiderwick Chronicles.
The domain in question is spiderwickmovie.com
Interestingly enough the registrant not only responded but agreed to transferring the domain but not to infringing IP per se:
4. Parties’ Contentions
Complainant contends that the domain name at issue is confusingly similar to the mark SPIDERWICK in which Complainant has common law rights, that Respondent has no rights or legitimate interests in respect of the domain name, and that Respondent has registered and is using the domain name at issue in bad faith. Complainant seeks transfer of the domain name registration.
Respondent “agrees to the relief requested by Complainant [i.e., transfer] and will, upon order of the Panel, do so. This is not an admission to the three elements of 4(a) of the Policy but rather an offer of ‘unilateral consent to transfer’ as prior Panels have deemed it”.