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Traverse Legal’s cybersquatting attorneys are recognized for their experience and innovation across a wide range of domain name and cybersquatting law issues for both trademark holders and legitimate domainers. Specialists in cybersquatting and trademark issues, each cybersquatting lawyer at our law firm has experience arbitrating cybersquatting cases such as domain typosquatting for complainants and respondents under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)—before the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and National Arbitration Forum (NAF)—as well as Internet law litigation under the Lanham Act and Anti-Cybersquatting Piracy Act (ACPA). Chances are that a cybersquatting attorney from our law firm can help you too.

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TyposquattingAsk an Cybersquatting Lawyer: How to Retrieve a Stolen Domain Name. Domain name theft is real. A web developer, web host, employee, partner, IT professional or third party who gains access to your domain registrant account can transfer your valuable domain name away from your control or shut down your website. Domain theft is real and it happens every day. ind out from a domain protection lawyer how to protect yourself.
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Cybersquatting a Personal Name or Proper NameAsk an Cybersquatting Lawyer: Is My Personal Name Protected Under the ACPA (AntiCybersquatting Piracy Act)? Yes, personal or proper names are protected from cybersquatting under the Anticybersquatting Piracy Act, and anyone who “registers a domain name that consists of the name of another living person, or a name substantially and confusingly similar thereto, without that person’s consent, with the specific intent to profit from such name by selling the domain name for financial gain to that person or any third party, shall be liable in a civil action by such person”. An experienced cybersquatting lawyer can help you understand if your personal name is protected.
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TyposquattingAsk an Cybersquatting Lawyer: Someone Registered a Typo of My Domain Name. Is this Illegal? This for of cybersquatting is referred to as typosquatting. Cybersquatting trademark typos relies on the internet user making a typographical error when typing a know or trademark protected web address into the URL bar of the browser. Our cybersquatting lawyers represent clients just like you on cybersquatting issues just like these.
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UDRP DamagesAsk an Cybersquatting Attorney: Can I Receive Cybersquatting Damages Under the UDRP? No – the only remedy under the UDRP is the transfer of the domain name. In some cases, the UDRP is a good option for a trdemark holder. Sometimes, filing a lawsuit against the cybersquatter under the ACPA is warranted. A trademark and cybersquatting attorney can help you select a plan of attack which fits within your goals and attonrey fee budget.
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ACPA DamagesAsk an Cybersquatting Attorney: Can I Receive Cybersquatting Damages Under the ACPA? Yes – the maximum amount awarded for cybersquatting damages under the ACPA is $100,000.00. But attorneys fees are sometimes awarded as well. A cybersquatting lawyer can help you understand the potential risks and rewards of pursuing a domain name through threat letter, UDRP arbitration or ACPA lawsuit.
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TyposquattingCybersquatting Cases & Litigation Update: Review latest Cybersquatting Cases and Lawsuits. Every day, Plaintiffs are filing lawsuits against Defendants for cybersquatting. FInd the latest analysis on cybersquatting lawsuits here.
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  • International Trademark Association 2011, San Francisco, California
  • Cyber Law Summit 2011, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Game Developers Conference 2011, San Francisco, California
  • DOMAINfest 2011, Santa Monica, California
Recent Attorney Speaking Engagements:
  • South By Southwest 2010 SXSW Interactive Conference, Austin, Texas
  • West LegalEdcenter Midwestern Law Firm Management, Chicago, Illinois
  • Internet Advertising under Part 255, Altitude Design Summit, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Online Defamation and Reputation Management, News Talk 650 AM, The Cory Kolt Show, Canada Public Radio Saskatewan Canada
  • Alternative Fee Structures, Center for Competitive Management, Jersey City, New Jersey
  • FTC Part 255 Advertising Requirements, Mom 2.0 Conference, Houston, Texas
  • Webmaster Radio, Cybersquatting & Domain Monetization, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Notable Complex Litigation Cases Handled By Our Lawyers:
  • Trademark Infringement, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Cybersquatting Law, Trademark Law and Dilution Detroit, Michigan
  • Internet Defamation & Online Libel Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Trade Secret Theft, Chicago, Illinois
  • Cybersquatting Law, Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act Miami, Florida
  • Cybersquatting Law, Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act Eastern Dist. of Virginia, Alexandria
  • Stolen Domain Name, Orlando, Florida
  • Commercial Litigation, Tampa, Florida
  • Copyright Infringement and Cybersquatting Law, Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Mass Tort Litigation, Los Angeles, California
  • Stolen Domain Name, Detroit, Michigan
  • Adwords Keyword Trademark Infringement, Los Angeles, California
  • Trademark Infringement & Unfair Competition, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Non-Compete Agreement and Trade Secret Theft, Detroit, Michigan
  • Mass Tort, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Mass Tort, Tyler, Texas
  • Insurance Indemnity, New York
  • Copyright Infringement, Detroit, Michigan