My house rabbit, Elsie (above), is energetic, spastic, sweet, VERY SPOILED, and loving. She doesn't like to be held or cuddled and is definitely not a lap bunny, but she loves to be pet and scratched (with all four feet on the ground, of course).
She, however, being spoiled, knew that when she nipped me she would get attention and I would pet her, to keep her from nipping me again. Well, her nips started turning into full-scale bites so I had to train her to stop! Bunny teeth hurt.
Each time she bit or nipped me I cupped my hand over her face and pressed her head to the ground. She would try to struggle out but I would only let her go when I wanted to (only after a couple seconds). She learned very quickly, and doesn't bite anymore! When she wants attention, she licks me or puts her paws on my legs asking for loves. Of course, every once and a while, she'll try to nip and I'll have to enforce the rules. Otherwise, she's normally a very good girl.
I don't know about rabbits pinning other rabbits to the ground in the wild, but I know dogs do it and that's how to you train dogs to stop being so dominant, so I tried it with her.