I think you should post the names here, to make sure nobody buys them.
Icann will not help. They don't address this kind of issues.
UDRP has been sometimes used to recover stolen domains, but it didn't always work. It costs money too. So you might as well file a lawsuit, the question is in which jurisdiction.
It's much too late I'm afraid, because domain thieves usually don't keep domains for long. Their aim is to resell them quite fast, and also blur the chain of ownership.
The current owners might have bought the domains in good faith. Which doesn't mean they shouldn't have done more due diligence. That's why stolen domains should be advertised.
This form ? https://forms.icann.org/en/resources/compliance/complaints/transfer/formThere is a complaint form re unauthorised transfers on the icann website. Has anyone used it yes/no?
I'd like nothing more to go full disclosure but it would involve my folks home address as that was used before I could get a postbox re: Whois info.
The domains are of course high profile given the date, Rick Schwartz league...
There is a complaint form re unauthorised transfers on the icann website. Has anyone used it yes/no?
However, the registrar has to initiate the complaint so they probably won't do that...