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Traverse Legal Wins Summary Judgment on ACPA Cybersquatting Claim
After a two year legal battle, Traverse Legal has won summary judgment for an Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (“ACPA”) claim on behalf of Palace Resorts. The Southern District of Florida found that Palace Resorts had carried its burden and was entitled to a judgment as a matter of law. To succeed on a summary judgment […]Read More
Cybersquatting on Personal Names
More and more people are familiar with traditional cybersquatting, which is the registration used for trafficking in the domain name corresponding to the trademark of another with a bad faith intent to profit from that trademark of another. However, cybersquatting also entails registration and use of personal names and as domain name. Although 15 USC 11 […]Read More
UDRP Attorney Update: Should you flee or fight a UDRP complaint?
A large number of UDRP complaints are never responded to by the respondent. As a UDRP attorney specializing in both complaints and responses to Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy arbitration proceedings, I see it all the time. Some respondents don’t participate because they don’t want to spend the money on a UDRP lawyer to go through […]Read More
Hire a UDRP Attorney for Your UDRP Complaint
UDRP arbitrations under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy are much more simple than, say, cybersquatting litigation, filing a cybersquatting lawsuit in a federal court, but they still require a level of experience. A UDRP complaint needs to deal with the basic elements as spelled out under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy […]Read More
Why Hire An Experienced Cybersquatting Attorney For Your Case?
When you are selecting an attorney to represent you on any matter, it is important that you hire an attorney who specializes in the issue that you are facing. Cyber squatting is a very specialized cause of action.Read More