The US Supreme Court refused appeal of Japanese car manufacturer Nissan Motors and has allowed former Israeli Uzi Nissan to retain his domain names Nissan.net and Nissan.com. He is still allowed to sell advertisements on this popular website.
Google™ wins partial victory against plaintiff Geico™ in high profile trademark infringement case (Jan 2005)
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