IN THE MATTER BETWEENBACARRAT SAVDOREEN JUNGNICKEL/DARIUS HERMAN DOMCREATEARBITRATION AWARDTHE PARTIESThe Complainant is Baccarat SA, Rue des Cistalleries, a French limited company registeredunder the laws of France , represented by MEYER & Partenaries, France.The Respondent is Doreen Jungnickel / Darius Herman Domcreate of Nuremberg ,GermanyTHE DOMAIN N A M EThe disputed Domain Name is bacarrat.in , is registered with the .IN Registry .
LAW , POLICY AND RULES APPLICABLEThis Arbitration Proceeding is conducted in accordance with the Arbitration and ConciliationAct of 1996, the .IN Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (the INDRP Policy"), and theINDRP Rules of Procedure (the "Rules").PROCEEDURAL HISTORYThe Complaint was filed with the .IN Registry in Aug 2006. The sole Arbitrator appointed inthe case is Mrs.Harini Narayanswamy . The Panel has submitted the Statement of Acceptanceand Declaration of Impartiality and Independence, in compliance with the Rules.A copy of the Complaint was sent by courier, to the Respondent by the National InternetExchange of India on September 8 , 2006 . A notice was sent to the Respondent underParagraph 5 (c ) of the INDRP Rules of Procedure on September 1 1 , 2006 and theArbitration Proceedings commenced from this date. The Respondent was giving ten daystime to file a Response. Subsequently emails were sent by on September 12 ' 2006 andSeptember 14th , 2006 by the National Internet Exchange of India to the Respondent.t ht hthThere is neither a response filed by the Respondent nor any reply communication sent by theRespondent. The Arbitrator therefore proceeds under paragraph 11 of the Rules, to determineon the merits of the case, based on the documents on record, despite the default by theRespondent.FACTUAL BACKGROUNDPARTIES CONTENTIONSComplainantThe Complainant, Baccarat SA, formerly known as the " Compagne Des Cristalleries DeBaccarat" is a world famous manufacturer of crystal-ware since 1764. Over these 200 years,the Complainant claims that it has supplied its goods to heads of states and foreign courts andreceived numerous awards world wide for its products.It states that over sixty thousand people visit the two crystal museums at its factory atBaccarat and in Paris. The special exhibits in the New York headquarters have also attractedmany visitors from the year 1948.The Complainant states that it operates the web portals at http://www.baccarat.fr and athttp://www.baccarat.com , which displays historic information about the company. Otherdomain names which belong to the Complainant are, crystaldebaccarat.com , baccarat-2
crystal.com , crystal-baccarat.com . Having succeeded in the WIPO Case No 2003 -0428,the Domain Name crystalbaccarat.com was transferred to the Complainant.The Complainant further states that it has registered several country code domain namesusing its trademark "BACCARAT", these are RAT.JPBACCARAT.COM.MXBACCARAT.SGBACCARAT.HKThe Respondent, according to the Complainant, is a compulsive cyber squatter, namedDoreen Jungnickel / Darius Herman Domcreate. The Complainant alleges that by conductingsearches on the name of the Respondent it has found the email address of the Respondentassociated with approximately seventeen hundred domain names .A number of these domainnames infringe trademark rights, listed in the Complaint are the following:E-MULE.BIZPAYBOX CH.COMEMULE-SERVER.COMThe Complainant states that a cease and desist letter dated 25 Feb 2005, was sent through itstrademark attorneys to the Respondent by mail and email requesting for transfer of thedomain name. At that time the .IN Policy was not in force. The Respondent, in themeanwhile renewed the domain name registration in February 2006.The Complainant emphasizes that it is the owner of one of the oldest trademarks in the world,as it has been in business in the field of cr
WIPO Case No D BIZ 2002-00081 Baccarat SA v Priority Software, July 9th 2002. WIPO Case No D 2005-0048 Baccarat S.A v MSL International, March 7, 2005 WIPO Case No D 2006- 0038 Baccarat S.A. v Web Domain Names The Complainant therefore
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