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Overview of WIPO UDRP domain name disputes by Attorney Steve

Posted by Steve Vondran | Feb 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

UDRPCounsel.com – Tips to help you win your WIPO domain dispute by Attorney Steve®

 

Introduction

What is ICANN?

 

Who is WIPO?

 

What is a domain dispute?

 

What factors must be proven by the Complainant?

What is the likelihood of confusion test?

 

What if I was just buying domains as an investment?

What is Cybersquatting?

 

Difference between cybersquatting and the ACPA?

 

Can I sue for Reverse Domain Hijacking against a Trademark Bully?

Hoe long does it take the panel to reach a final decision?

Generally, about 60 days after the case is submitted.

 

What happens if I lose my UDRP case?

Tips to help you respond to a WIPO domain complaint

 

Resources

  1.  Sample online WIPO domain complaint form
  2. UDRP decisions
  3. ICANN domain arbitration rules
  4. WIPO domain dispute guidebook

Contact a UDRP domain dispute Internet Lawyer 

About the Author

Steve Vondran

Thank you for viewing our blogs, videos and podcasts. As noted, all information on this website is Attorney Advertising. Decisions to hire an attorney should never be based on advertising alone. Any past results discussed herein do not guarantee or predict any future results. All blogs are written by Steve Vondran, Esq. unless otherwise indicated. Our firm handles a wide variety of intellectual property and entertainment law cases from music and video law, Youtube disputes, DMCA litigation, copyright infringement cases involving software licensing disputes (ex. BSA, SIIA, Siemens, Autodesk, Vero, CNC, VB Conversion and others), torrent internet file-sharing (Strike 3 and Malibu Media), California right of publicity, TV Signal Piracy, and many other types of IP, piracy, technology, and social media disputes. Call us at (877) 276-5084. AZ Bar Lic. #025911 CA. Bar Lic. #232337

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