This is a interesting one: DRS 04118 http://www.nic.uk/digitalAssets/10469_ncls.pdf 4 letter domain that is NCLS and the trademark is on NCSL The "L" and the "S" are round the wrong way. However due to the adverts on the domain you have to agree with the decision: If the domain hadn't shown those adverts would he have got to keep the domain? Also when you park a domain you don't force it to show those adverts? They would have come up by default? NCSL could be paying overture for all we know. How does this fit in with Safeguards for the secondary market ("domainers")on: Updating the .uk Dispute Resolution Service ?