The Czech Constitutional Court this month handed its anticipated decision in globtour.cz case (III. ÚS 2912/12). The Court heard a constitutional complaint by one of the plaintiffs who complained that his right to fair trial, right to property and right to legal certainty were infringed when the Czech Supreme Court rejected the domain name transfer
Several months ago the Czech Supreme Court in globtours.cz decision (23 Cdo 3407/2010) rejected the domain name transfer as a part of the tortious claim for removal and thus made it quite difficult to claim the domain name transfers in Czech republic for a while. I did not have a time to report it here
Huťko is happy to announce the existence of the first domain name ruling rendered by Supreme Court of Slovak republic (Najvyšší Súd SR). It is a usual trademark dispute with really unusually filed action. Huťko apologize for not attaching decision itself (3 Obo 197/06), but the Supreme Court decided to sent him only paper version.
Slovak top level domain name registry SK-NIC has launched small consultation on new general terms and conditions that are part of every domain name contract in the ccTLD .sk. (the current ones here). These provisions should be subject to discussion by respective Commission in a few forthcoming days. European Information Society Institute – EISI together
The Supreme Court of Czech republic ruled that domain name is know-how under Czech civil law (using same legal basis as Slovak civil law has). Moreover Supreme Court held that domain name is the result of author´s own creative intellectual activity . Which obviously is just wrong, wrong and wrong. Please