Digital Media Lawyer Blog:  “In a recent ruling, a judge in the Central District of California ordered a defendant in a cybersquatting case to turn over hundreds of domain names that incorporated the names of professional athletes to the plaintiff, Toronto Raptors power forward Christopher Bosh. . . . See Bosh v. Zavala . . . . While some might laud the Court’s intentions, the order violates both the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and California law. It also creates as many problems as its solves.”