Hey, hopefully someone here could give me some advice on my situation... I own a UK domain and have recently received a solicitors letter claiming I have registered the domain name in bad faith. For anonymity, I'll call the site 'BS.co.uk'. The company, which is based in Europe, has the trademark, 'BS'. Their claim is that I registered the name, with the sole intention to profit out of it. :x Some history of the domain: I first registered the domain in the early 2000s, and for good reason, as it was my nickname (I have no shortage of evidence to backup this). I used the domain personally for a number of years (blog and so on), until someone contacted me asking to buy it. We agreed a price, and I sold it. For the entire 4 years that this third party owned the domain, they did not once use it. In fact it was still pointing towards my web-space for the entire time. Then one day I noticed the domain was no longer registered to anyone, and once again available. I left it some time to see if the previous people were going to take it back or not (maybe their CC had expired or something), but they did not. And so I re-registered it for myself again. Whilst under my name this second time, I used it with a variety of sub-domains, email accounts, etc, but never really anything on the homepage - just blank, or at most something very basic. Now, 3.5 years on, I have been contacted by this BS company, demanding I hand it over to them, free of charge (I'm assuming it's the same people as who originally owned it). They have given me 2 weeks to comply. :x My question is, do they have a case against me? It seems crazy that they (again assuming they're the same people as before) can 'forget' about a domain for nearly 4 years after it expired, then suddenly demand it back. I did not register it to make a profit, (although people had contacted me trying to buy it, I turned them down) and have never contacted that company. I have never had any experience with this sort of thing before, so any help will be greatly appreciated.