Thelen Reid Brown Raysman & Steiner had well-laid plans to rechristen itself with the shorter and catchier “Thelen” — but the branding effort was held hostage by a lone Korean cybersquatter.

The marketing move, which launched Oct. 15 with a new logo and Web site, was threatened by the distant owner of the “” domain name, Thelen lawyers say.

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