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How to Trademark a Domain Name

How to Trademark a Domain Name

2nd November, 2021

Every business should be thinking about ways to protect itself from cybersquatting and typosquatting. While it is not always possible to prevent attempts by unscrupulous individuals and entities to steal business from you through acts of

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How to Trademark a Domain Name

Is Cybersquatting Always Illegal?

15th July, 2021

Cybersquatting is the practice of registering another party’s or business’s trademark in a domain name, and doing so in bad faith, according to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). In many cases

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What Can Be Done About Cybersquatting?

8th July, 2021

Businesses that rely on their trademarks to bring customers to their websites are often distressed when they discover that a cybersquatter has purchased a domain name to profit off your business. While other explanations can

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What is a Bad Actor in a Cybersquatting Dispute?

1st July, 2021

Cybersquatting has become increasingly damaging to businesses, particularly when cybersquatting is done in bad faith. If you own a trademark and you have realized that another person or entity has purchased a domain name with

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How to Defend Against a Cybersquatting Claim

24th June, 2021

UDRP proceedings often arise in cybersquatting claim cases when a bad actor has registered and used a domain in bad faith, putting the trademark owner at risk of harm. However, there are also many situations

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