KREMEN v. COHEN, 01-15899
A domain name registrar may be held legally liable on a theory of conversion, for giving away a registrant's domain name on the basis of a forged letter, but actions for breach of implied contract or third-party contract fail.
- Decided 07/25/2003
- Published 07/25/2003
Before: KOZINSKI, McKEOWN, Circuit Judges, and FITZGERALD, District Judge.
United States Ninth Circuit
James M. Wagstaffe,Kerr & Wagstaffe, Richard S. Diestel, Bledsoe, Catheart, Diestel, Livingston and Pedersen, San Francisco, CA, for Plaintiff-Appellant.
Robert Selvidge, San Francisco, CA, W. Michael Mayock, Law Offices of W. Michael Mayock, Pasadena, CA, Robert S. Dorband, DuBoff, Dorband, Cushing & King, Portland, OR, David Henry Dolkas, Gray Cary Ware & Friedenrich, Palo Alto, CA, Kathryn E. Karcher, Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich, San Diego, CA, Robin Offner, Robin Offner & Associates, San Diego, CA, For Defendants.