As I explained in that article, the UAE DRP is modelled on ICANN's Uniform Domain Name Dispute Policy ("UDRP") and managed by the World Intellectual Property Organization ("WIPO") and cases come before the same panellists who decide cases under the UDRP. WIPO currently has one Emirates resident on its list, namely Ms. Hoda Barakat of Dubai, but WIPO's policy is to appoint a panellist from a third country where the parties are from different countries. Only when the parties are from the same country will WIPO appoint a panellist from that country.
The cases that have been resolved in accordance with the UAE DRP since 2006 are listed on the WIPO UDRP Domain Name Decisions (ccTLD) page of the WIPO website. As of today there have been 16 decisions and all but 2 have resulted in an order for the transfer of the disputed domain name to the complainant. The two that have been determined differently - DAE2006-0001 (<morganstanley.ae>) and DAE2008-0002 (<loreal.ae>) - have been "terminated." Most of those cases have been decided by single panellists but a few have been decided by 3 member panels.
An index of the decisions appears below:
- <bayer.ae>: Bayer AG v Lin Shen 21 June 2012;
- <rbs.ae>: Royal Bans of Scotland Plc v Pavel Kornilov 21 June 2012;
- <flickr.ae>: Yahoo Inc. v Lin Shen 1 June 2012;
- <me-enterprise.ae>: Enterprise Holdings Inc. v Enterprise ME Car Rental LLC 18 April 2012;
- <youtube.ae>: Google Inc. v Mobitronix LLC 29 March 2012;
- <skype.ae>: Skype Ltd. v Mobitronix LLC 23 Jan 2012;
- <gulftalent.ae>: Gulf Talent FZ-LLC v. F. A. (RWG000000000B0D5) Feb 2011;
- <ferrariworld.ae>: Ferrari S.p.A. v. ST Network International Limited 25 Nov 2009;
- <hardees.ae>: Hardees Food Systems Inc. v. Ali Abdelwahed (AEORG-MAHMEDO) 30 Sept 2009;
- <dunkin-donuts.ae> and <dunkindonuts.ae>: DD IP HOLDER LLC v. Ali Abdelwahed (AEORG-MAHMEDO) 28 Sept 2009;
- <baskin-robbins.ae> and <baskinrobbins.ae>: BR IP Holder LLC v. Ali Abdelwahed (AEORG-MAHMEDO) 25 Sept 2009;
- <yahoo.ae>: Yahoo Inc. v Fady Alassahd a/k/a Fady Al Assaad 2 April 2008;
- <ebay.ae>: eBay Inc. v. Akram Mehmood 16 June 2007; and
- <sonyericsson.ae>: Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications International AB and Others v Mohamed Ali Aal Ali 23 Oct 2006.