Domain Name Disputes

Sample UDRP domain disputes in the Software context

Sep 12th, 2016 | By
Domain dispute lawyer

California Domain Name Dispute Lawyer Introduction Here are three domain cases that highlight how the UDRP domain dispute process works, and why a buyer of domain names should carefully think through the potential implications of intellectual property law (particularly trademarks) before purchasing domains, especially those related to “CAD” which seems to be a popular domain to

[continue reading…]

Partition actions for co-owners of domain names?

May 1st, 2015 | By
Partition decree for real estate

Attorney Steve internet law essentials – What is a partition action and can you do it for domain names? Introduction What happens when an elderly husband and wife own a home together (and each is on title) and the wife is tired of walking up two flights of stairs to get to her bedroom, and the

[continue reading…]

Don’t buy domain names without escrow

Nov 1st, 2014 | By
UDRP domain name lawyer

Buying and selling a domain name is just like buying and selling a piece of land.  You want to make sure you are paying fair market value for the domain, and you should be using an escrow, preferably an attorney escrow. Introduction Here’s a situation that popped up last week.  A guy had a domain

[continue reading…]