Workforce.com domain name lawsuit settled
Workforce.com, Inc. still owns the domain name.
Workforce Software, LLC and Workforce.com, Inc. have settled their differences.
For decades, the workforce.com domain was used by Workforce Magazine to deliver human resources news. But in 2019, a competitor to Workforce Software, LLC bought workforce.com, rebranded as Workforce.com, and started using the domain to promote its products.
In May 2020, Workforce Software, LLC filed a UDRP against Workforce.com, trying to get the workforce.com domain name. It lost the case.
Workforce Software then filed a federal lawsuit against Workforce.com, Inc., and Workforce.com filed counterclaims.
Last week, the parties agreed (pdf) to dismiss with prejudice all claims after the parties worked out a settlement.
It’s unclear what that settlement involves, but Workforce.com, Inc. appears to still own the domain name.
Workforce Software, LLC uses the domain WorkforceSoftware.com. The company has a fairly generic name, and not owning workforce.com has always been a risk for the company.
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