Lanham act

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I have bought several web domains with the most popular web domain provider in the US. I do not have any web sites but just the web domains. Now I am getting a letter from a lawyer in New York City which is representing a certain company and he wants me to relinquish my domains to his client because the web domains have words of the company of his client. If I do not do that he will get a court injuction in New York State courts against the web domain provider in order to force them to register my domains into the name of his client. The lawyer is referencing to the Lanham Act and since the web domain company is registered in New York State the Courts in that state have jurisdiction to do that. I have offered to sell my domains but they have not answered Does anybody know how to get out of this? Can I transfer my domain registration outside the US with another company? Do the americans court have jurisdiction all over the world?

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