Like many questions in this area of the law the answer is, maybe. The party that filed the UDRP complaint and lost may bring a number of other legal actions against the domain name owner. For example, under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (âACPAâ). In fact, if the trademark owner believes it has a strong case, it may sue the domain name owner under the ACPA seeking a court order to transfer the domain name to the trademark owner and monetary damages for trademark infringement. The result of the UDRP is that trademark owners have two chances to obtain a disputed domain name.