Cybersquatting on Trial

In 1999, the early years of the internet when the .com boom was still in full swing, Jason Kneen registered WorkBetter.com. Obviously recognizing the value of his domain, Kneen continued to renew ownership. Now, 16 years later, the New York Company Office Space Solutions Inc. has filed a cybersquatting lawsuit against Kneen. Office Space Solutions filed an intent-to-use TM application for the Work Better wordmark with the USPTO and began using the name in February 2015. Cybersquatting laws are meant to protect businesses from people who register domain names after the... Read The Rest →