Clark Baker Files Appeal in Wrong Jurisdiction: Loses Murtagh Website

The last few posts I discussed how Clark Baker lost arbitration for a website that seemed to be a venue meant to cast aspersions upon the character of Dr. James Murtagh. Of course Mr. Baker did not want to abide by the ruling and filed an appeal. But he got sloppy and filed in the wrong jurisdiction. That has got to be more than a little embarrassing for a man with such a stellar legal background. It is also understandable given the stress Mr. Baker must be under at the moment. He lost the case against me and is now fighting to not have to pay my legal fees (which will increase his own legal fees.) He lost several battles against Murtagh already and now this. The silence from Mr. Baker is deafening.

Here is the email:

Subject: RE: (TR) D2014-0711 <jamesmurtaghmd.com> Notification of Decision [tkt:1089759]
Date: July 29, 2014 at 10:39:57 AM CDT
To: Domain.Disputes@wipo.int, redacted, redacted, redacted.
Hello All,
Please be advised that our legal team has reviewed the received complaint regarding the court proceedings recently submitted to Networksolutions.comand they have been detemined to be invalid due to it lacks the proper venue/jurisdiction where the complaint would have needed to be filed  — Pennsylvania or  Florida.
The domain name has been transferred to the complainant pursuant to the standing UDRP arbitration board’s decision.
Please let us know if you have any additional quesitons or concerns regarding the transfer.
Sincerely,
Timothy Last name redacted
Fraud and Abuse Agent
12808 Gran Bay Parkway, West  |  Jacksonville, FL 32258
Office: (404) redacted  | FAX: (904) redacted

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