Webwork - 1:53 pm on Aug 28, 2010 (gmt 0)
Email addresses have never convinced me to set a different price, i.e., less for abc@Gmail.com and 10X for abc@NBC.com. I always assume I'm dealing with a large company - no matter the email address. That somewhat filters out greed on my part, i.e., I don't set prices based upon who's buying.
Legal means? Sure, pay the lawyers and they will figure out how to best help you spend your money. Of course, there are domain holders that either a) are lawyers; or, b) will legally defend their domains like they would defend their homes and family. OTOH, perhaps a WIPO/NAF proceeding could get the job done if there's really no explanation for the domain's registration than to squat on your company's brand.
Without seeing the domain I have no idea as to value but, assuming that there's no other use or meaning of the domain name "than your company's name" I'd have to say it's not worth much . . . with the exception of any ill-gotten PPC revenue from people tying in the domain whilst looking for your company. (You might want to have your lawyers write a nice letter to the feed provider about them sharing in any ill-gotten gains IF your trademark proofs, etc. are ROCK SOLID.)