No Labels gets preliminary injunction and transfer of domain

Political group gets control of

No Labels website image and website image.
The “real” No Labels (top) and (bottom) before the .com website was removed.

No Labels, a U.S. political organization that shuns extremism and partisan bickering, will get control of the domain pending the outcome of a lawsuit.

No Labels filed a lawsuit against, Inc. in December. The defendant is a newly incorporated company that uses the domain name nolabels.COM, which it appears to have purchased from another registrant last year. The political party uses nolabels.ORG and previously owned the .com domain before letting the registration lapse.

The defendant set up a website on .com that was easy to confuse with the plaintiff’s organization.

In December, the judge overseeing the case granted a temporary restraining order that took the site down. Now, the preliminary injunction requires the domain name to be transferred to the plaintiff pending the outcome of the case.

No Labels posted a bond of $250,000 when the temporary restraining order was issued.

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