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Osho World Website case

Summary In May 2001 Osho Dhyan Mandir, an Osho Meditation centre based in New Delhi, India won the right to use the name of Osho for its portal Osho at the National Arbitration Forum in the United States of America. The case is considered as a landmark event in the ongoing efforts to bring Osho in the free domain. The summary of the case is as follows: Complainant – Osho International Foundation Respondent – Osho Dhyan Mandir and Atul Anand Arbitrator – M. Kelly Tillery Esquire (NAF) In mid June 2000, National Arbitration Forum (NAF) received a complaint from Osho International Foundation (OIF) pursuant to the Uniform Domain Name Policy of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), stating that: 1. OSHO and OSHO ACTIVE MEDITATIONS are trademarks of OIF and are registered with the United...

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