Once a UDRP for a domain name is decided, no. But it can be "reversed" by an order from a court of.
"mutual jurisdiction"...or something like that.
You can definitely sue. Defining damages, much more getting a favorable decision, is another story...
Do you know the time frame to reverse such decision or what is a "mutal jurisdiction" ? example.
Time frame is really important to question. Because there's some statue of limitation I know of, but not sure...
The main point of UDRP is to prevent the need for court. The registrant should have filled in the response - it was certainly winnable if he wasn't selling cheese (which he wasn't apparently)..
AFAIK a respondent doesn't have to pay unless they request a 3 person panel, in which case they would split the fees.
They should have responded...
Is there a time frame after the UDRP to get the domain back?..
AFAIK Within 10 days of the decision, if you can show that there is a lawsuit pending, then they will hold off transferring the domain.
I assume it's been over 10 days and the domain is transferred.
Your remedy now is a federal lawsuit.
(I'm not a lawyer, and this is not legal advice. Contact a lawyer.)..