Belinda, I'm a lay person and a few things immediately come screaming out at me: 1) This guy trying to intimidate you with the fact that they won a similar case recently. Yep, they won against a _hypnosis_ company. This is all the difference in the world. 2) The Greek letter "delta", which, incidentally, Looks Just Like An Equilateral Triangle, has been used as a symbol of change for... how many centuries now???? This guy has NO claim over exclusive rights to using a triangle as a symbol of change. None. Zippo. Zilch. If anything, it's standard scientific notation for... you guessed it: Change. Besides both using triangles, the logos really aren't all that similar. 3) If you want to see what a copied website _really_ looks like, check out http://www.pirated-sites.com/ I don't think this guy has a leg to stand on. Steve On Saturday, June 28, 2003, at 06:33 PM, Belinda Johnson wrote: <Snip snip snippety-snip> Letter from CEO: > " We intend to seek injunctive relief > including the turning over of the .biz site to us. We were successful > in > doing just that recently with a gentleman who was using a site called > positivechangeshypnosis.com/.org and .biz."