This question may have an obvious answer but so far I don't see it (under my
nose). Appreciate comments.
Since a 1-letter change seems to secure a domain name, why are there ever
any (putting it in absurd extreme) collisions among those interested in
protecting names? This question was in mind re the Avery-Dennison v. Sumpton
case, but more so since there exist e.g..'dr.email, doctoremail, and
doctor-email' domains (I shouldn't have let the first lapse? Perhaps,
Perhaps not, Perhaps immaterial re some issue?). Of course, the simpler the
format the greater name recognition. And what else?