OnTheCase.net, OnTheCase.info, OnTheCases.com, OnThisCase.com, OnACase.com -- On the Case, On the Cases, On This Case, On A Case
|OnTheCase.net -- On the Case|
|OnTheCase.info -- On the Case|
|OnTheCases.com -- On the Cases|
OnThisCase.com -- On This Case
OnACase.com -- On A Case
As of June 24, 2016, no live official trademarks were found on USPTO.gov for the exact term
On the Cases
On This Case
On a Case
The good news: On the Case is also a common term -- and, thus, generic.
We don't often buy .net and .info domains (at least without having the .com with them), but this common generic idiom is a potential blockbuster for a legal practice, thus transcending these domains' not dotcom-ness.
The search numbers for "On the Case" (with quotation marks) are just phenomenal -- stratospheric, actually (see for yourself): over 500,000,000 Google entries and about 2,000,000,000 for On the Case (No quotation marks).
For buyers hellbent on a .com, we offer the plural OnTheCases.com (10 letters), but while the search numbers are still fairly high for On The Cases, this just isn't as memorable -- and it's not a common idiom.
The same goes for OnThisCase.com (10 letters) and OnACase.com (7 letters),
However, for billboard advertising, this would still be a good memorable dotcom domain name.
FYI: as of June 24, 2016, the dotcom and dotus versions of OnTheCase are parked and not being used, the dotorg is being used to sell spy equipment, the dotbiz is a malware page (don't go there).
So an attorney has plenty of room to use one of these terms for advertising his or her law firm.
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