Peralta v. Groesbeck

Brian Mitchell Rowland

Case Conclusion Date:January 19, 2006

Practice Area:Internet

Outcome:Secured transfer of Prime Internet Domain Name

Description:Plaintiff (client) had a money judgment against Defendant who sold off potentially lucrative Internet domain name to third party to keep it out of reach of Plaintiff. Under Fla. Stat. 56.29 reached through to third party and obtained judicial order for transfer of domain name to Plaintiff. Trial resulted in judicial finding that fraudulent transfer occurred, and more importantly, that an internet domain name is "property" capable of attachment and levy by the court.