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Korean chicken restaurant chain settles lawsuit with domain investor

Company had tried to secure a domain through a UDRP, only to be hit with a lawsuit.

Screenshot for Mom's Touch chicken and burger restaurant website

Domain investor GNO has settled a lawsuit against a Korean chicken restaurant chain over the domain

Korean fast food chain Mom’s Touch has settled a lawsuit domain name investor GNO, Inc. (Gregg Ostrick) filed against it.

Mom’s Touch’s parent company, Haimarrow Food Service, Co., Ltd, filed a UDRP with Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre in August 2020 against GNO’s domain

GNO filed a lawsuit in Colorado court (where the domain registrar is located) before the UDRP was decided. GNO asked for declaratory relief and a finding of reverse domain name hijacking.

GNO recently filed a notice of settlement discussions and followed up with a notice of dismissal this week.

The Whois record for changed on March 2 when the domain name was transferred from to This suggests that part of the settlement involved the chicken restaurant chain acquiring the domain from GNO.

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Author: Andrew Allemann

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