Update: It appears they've already amended the complaint.
Via RonPaul.com's Facebook:
WIPO, an agency of the United Nations, today rejected Ron Paul's UDRP complaint over RonPaul.com due to a formality. Ron Paul's lawyers have been given the option of refiling or amending their complaint until February 19 or to let the matter drop and resume private negotiations.Ron Paul needs to take this as an omen and drop this case immediately.
This development presents a perfect opportunity to resolve the dispute privately. The grassroots supporters in charge of RonPaul.com have always been open to private negotiations and continue to do so.
If you support a negotiated solution over ownership of RonPaul.com that would benefit the entire liberty movement please express your support on Ron Paul's Facebook page, on Twitter, and contact Ron Paul's Campaign for Liberty at http://www.campaignforliberty.org/contact-us/
"The Internet will provide the alternative to the government/media complex that controls the news and most political propaganda. This is why itís essential that the Internet remains free of government regulation." -- Ron Paul's Farewell Speech to Congress, Nov. 14, 2012