MGM Resorts International Granted Injunction Against Cybersquatters

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Aaron Goldstein
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MGM Resorts International Granted Injunction Against Cybersquatters

A federal judge has sided with MGM Resorts International in its complaint against a group of so-called cybersquatters looking to capitalize on the companies name. 

The court ordered Incorporated, Wild West Domains Incorporated and Melbourne IT Incorporated to place the following domains on hold:,,,,, and

“Plaintiff will suffer irreparable injury to its valuable trademarks and associated goodwill if the defendants are not enjoined from transferring the,,,,, and domain names, which contain plaintiff’s trademarks, namely Aria, Bellagio, Circus Circus, Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay and MGM, to other domain name registrars or from transferring their registrations for the domain names to other persons or entities,” read the judgment issued on Friday, Jan. 6.

- Aaron Goldstein,

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