There are often cases when a trademark owner expects that he can take all domains in all registries for himself after he has registered a trade mark in Ukraine. Therefore, the first thing they do is look in the WHOIS who is the domain name registrar and write a letter "urgently give me the abc.com domain as I have the abc trademark." But this tactic does not lead to anything, since the domain name registrar does not have any rights to make decisions regarding the transfer of the domain name. The basis for the transfer of domain names to the registrar is:
Before filing a lawsuit, we recommend that you negotiate with the domain owner to sell the domain name that you are interested in. You can contact the domain owner by sending a letter to the domain name registrar with a request to forward the letter to the domain owner. The most common mistake in letters is that they try to pressure or intimidate the owner with legal proceedings - this usually leads to a guaranteed rejection.
Before filing a lawsuit, you should pay attention to the following facts, which greatly affect the outcome of the case:
The more “no” answers to the points above, the less likely you are to win the trial.
Legislation prohibits publishing information about the domain name owner, so the easiest way to contact the registrant is by sending a letter to the hosting provider's mailbox with a request to forward it to the domain owner.