Protect Your Trademarks with Enforcement Actions

Protect your brand identity in domain disputes.

Are You Caught Up In a Domain Dispute?

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Domain disputes can be a long and painful process.

Depending on the risk that is being posed or the damage that is being caused by the abusive registration, there are a number of different actions that can be taken.

To minimize costs and maximize the chances of a successful outcome, it is always best to engage a knowledgeable expert to support and guide you in the proceedings.

If you have been the victim of domain infringement, we are here to support you.

Your Options For Domain Disputes  

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The Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) process empowers brand owners to file complaints, initiating a temporary suspension of the domain without the need for ownership transfer. This suspension remains in effect until the domain naturally reaches its scheduled expiration date.
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The Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) is a conciliation procedure for resolving domain name disputes. The aim of the UDRP is to provide classic cases of domain grabbing or cybersquatting and, consequently, cases in which the trademark rights are clearly violated.
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Takedown Notice
Upon detecting potential infringements, the domain holder is notified and urged to promptly delete the domain or transfer it to the trademark owner. Swift action is essential to address the alleged infringement and ensure resolution in a timely manner.
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Domain Suspension
Interacting with the domain registrar responsible for the cybercriminal's registration allows a brand owner to persuade them to suspend either the domain name or its associated account. This strategic engagement aims to curb potential infringements effectively.
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When a brand-owner identifies an infringing domain name or website, contacting the Hosting provider with a DMCA or other cease and desist notice can permit the hosting provider to suspend or close the web-hosting account rendering the website unreachable.
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DMCA Notice
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) functions as a distinct form of Cease-and-Desist notice. Non-compliance by the domain holder may result in the Internet Service Provider forcibly removing the content on behalf of the brand owner, ensuring swift resolution.
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Upon the expiration of a domain, the automated snap-back mechanism is activated, facilitating the automatic registration of the domain name on behalf of its rightful brand owner. This ensures swift and seamless reacquisition of the domain by the legitimate owner.
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Do Nothing
Domains often lapse prior to potential misuse, and adopting a wait-and-see strategy can be the most prudent and economical course of action. Embracing patience allows for cost-effective decisions, minimizing the need for premature actions in managing domain expirations.