I just received an email from a lawyer stating that I am infringing on the use of a similar GENERIC domain name ie: they have trademarked a domain/live site like: box-for-tool.com (with the hyphens and the .com) and I have a site: boxfortool.org The funny thing is that although they trademarked 'box-for-tool.com' (with .com) , the letter never discuss the registered TM, as if the lawyer doesn't want to dwelve on this... I think that they have no ground. If I am right, should I not even reply to the letter? I am not the confrontational type but if all it takes now is to simply trademark a GENERIC keyword (even with a few hyphens!) and add .com to kill/bully all other similar domain names, that would be too easy... Also I was thinking to transfer it to a fake ID at another registrar but I think this would not work as it would imply I deliberately transferred it to a new owner and thus I would still be responsible. What do your think please? Thanks in advance guys!!