Menopause Dispute Hits ColdFront.com
As reported at TheDomains.com the domain ColdFront.com has been hit with a dispute over the domain ColdFront.com. Attorney John Berryhill has reported the company filing the dispute is a relatively new company. One well-known requirement of filing a domain dispute is that the domain owner targeted the trademark holder. John Berrhill’s clients have been hit with a number of these frivolous-sounding disputes. in this case the complainant has an office just a few miles from John Berryhill’s law office. Hugh Brownstone, a Wharton Graduate and Internet strategist is the company’s advisor. Their linkedin profile states:
Personally Cool Inc. is a privately held, early stage consumer lifestyle products company based in Oceanside, New York and Paoli, Pennsylvania. Susie Hadas, President, mother of three and entrepreneur, founded Personally Cool so that women would not have to go through what she did to find smart and simple relief from the burning heat of menopausal hot flashes. With her brother Hugh Brownstone, a former Fortune Global 500 executive and now Personally Cool’s Chairman & CEO, Susie invented coldfront®, Personally Cool’s first product. She is committed to bringing effective, safe, convenient, discreet, and chic heat relief to hot flashing women everywhere, and to reframe the discussion around menopause and hot flashes. US and International patents pending.
The owner of the domain is Frank Schilling’s company who is a well-known domain investor who runs the 7mile.com blog. In addition to domain sales the company also focusing on using its name to try to rope newcomers to the domain business into questionable investments such as .XXX domains.