Attorneys Handling Cybersquatting Law

Across a wide range of domain name and cybersquatting law issues for both trademark holders and legitimate domainers.

Writer Steve Ragan recently wrote an article regarding his invitation to the CEO of Night Lion Security to try to steal his domain. Unfortunately for Steve Ragan, it was successful stolen and the process only took a couple of days.

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Listing of the top UDRP arbitration panelist. Choosing the right one does make a difference in the filing of your UDRP Complaint.

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Even though the new extensions are being created to increase domain name availability, trademark owners have an increased risk of trademark infringement against their marks if they do not reserve or register under the new gTLD root extensions.

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YouTube video regarding how trademarks are going to be handled and how do I know if someone is trying to register a string that I consider my own?

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The summary of cases that briefly outline how the Courts were able to find that the bad faith requirement had been met under the ACPA when individuals and companies did intend to profit from other’s domain names and trademarks in registration and/or use.

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Donuts, Inc. has now released many new gTLDs of the several hundred for which they have applied, and cybersquatters around the globe have wasted no time in snatching up domains related to well-known consumer brands. Some worry that with the new gTLDs come new opportunites for cybersquatters to extort trademark owners. Although Donuts offers a Domain […]

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Donuts, Inc. previously launched several new generic top-level domain names (gTLDs) and has also launched its Domains Protected Marks List (DPML) to protect trademarked domains.

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Stolen domain names and domain theft are all too common. Sometimes, the person who seals a domain name has access to the registrants account with the register. Their former employee, partner, or website developer. Now that they control the registrants account, they essentially control the domain name. What our cybersquatting law attorneys typically see is a […]

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On October 1, 2013, ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) published its final Rights Protection Mechanism (RPM) Requirements for the new gTLD (Generic Top Level Domain) registries. This allows people who hold trademarks to be protected during the Domain Name System expansion. Trademark protections were developed as the new gTLD program begins, they […]

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What is a gTLD video blog post Chances are you have heard te acronym gTLD if you work in almost any industry related to the internet. gTLD stands for “Generic Top Level Domain” and refers to the new generic terms that will be replacing .com, .net, and so on. So, instead of Nike.com you could […]

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