Represented plaintiff in obtaining, through mediation, the return of more than 400 domain names based on the marks FORMULA 1 and F1 used in connection with an unauthorized commercial website dedicated to FORMULA 1 racing.

Formula One Licensing, B.V. v. Purple Interactive Limited, Formula1.com Limited, et al., No. 3-2222 (N.D. Cal. filed June 21, 2000).

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