Bodog finally regains control of its original domain
Bodog have just announced that they have resumed ownership of their original domain name, after losing it as part of the patent infringement lawsuit back in 2007. Morris Mohawk Gaming Group, the company behind the rights to market Bodog in North America, just released “This settlement ends the series of 1st Technology's lawsuits addressing the alleged use of patents in the 1st Technology portfolio. The settlement also resolves 1st Technology's judgment collection efforts.”
Alwyn Morris, the head of MMGG (Morris Mohawk Gaming Group) is looking forward to business as usual after the settlement, “We are pleased to have worked constructively with 1st Technology and its principals to bring an end to this protracted dispute. This resolution will provide certainty and will also allow us to continue to enhance our technology base for online gaming in order to provide our users with unfettered access to the best technology.”
1st Technology LLC which is based in Las Vegas, headed by Dr. Scott Lewis, a leading expert of multimedia technology and holds degrees from MIT, doctorate from Oxford University, and an MBA, from Harvard Business School, commented on Monday night, "We are pleased to have finally resolved this dispute and applaud Mr. Morris for his proactive and constructive approach." The terms and conditions of the settlement have not been disclosed but, the dispute between 1st Technology and Bodog appears to have been resolved for the while anyway.