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Overview of WIPO UDRP domain name disputes by Attorney Steve

Feb 11th, 2018 | By | Category: Domain Name Disputes

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

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