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Cybersquatting Lawsuit against Vacation Store of Miami & Media Insight Group, Inc.

Traverse Legal, PLC and the Tenzer PLLC in Miami represent Heron Development Corp. (holder of Palace Resorts’ trademarks in the United States) in a Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (“ACPA”) and Trademark Infringement case pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.  The Defendants in the case are Vacation Tours, Inc. (AKA: Vacation Store […]

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Trademark Infringement on new gTLDS. What every brand needs to know!

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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What is ‘Bad Faith’ Intent to Profit Under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act?

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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An Internet Lawyer Specializes in Online Legal Issues

Welcome to Internet Law Radio where we discuss the hottest topics in Internet law.  If you are facing an Internet law issue, cyber law complaint, web site or e-commerce issue, we have an Internet lawyer ready to help. Welcome to Internet Law Radio.  My name is Attorney Enrico Schaefer.  I specialize in Internet law issues.  […]

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What is an Internet Lawyer?

A good internet attorney not only understands the law as it applies to cyber-law and the web community as a whole, they also understand technology and the backend systems used to drive it. Most internet lawyers bring strong technological work experience to the table. As the number of internet users, online businesses and social networks […]

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