Jones Day is not happy about someone registering KevynOrr.com

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We reported blogged earlier that some prankster had registered the domain name KevynOrr.com. Unsurprisingly, law firm Jones Day is not amused, and the firm sent a cease and desist letter less than a day later regarding the use of the Jones Day logo. The full letter is linked on the website, and reads in part, "Your conduct will be closely monitored." The Jones Day logo has now been altered to read "Justice Deferred."

It is unclear what the registrant of KevynOrr.com plans to do with the website. A line was also added to the bottom of the homepage stating, "This website is clearly satire, you dummies."


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