Your brand is your most valuable asset. It is what sets you apart from your competitors and allows customers to identify your products and services. But in today's digital world, your brand is also vulnerable to online infringement.
That's where we come in. We are experts in domain name litigation, and we can help you protect your brand online. We will analyse your offerings of goods and services, in which countries and for which goods and services you enjoy trademark protection, develop a domain name strategy bearing in mind the goods and services for which your brand is protected, and set up a monitoring program in order to swiftly and effectively enforce your trademark rights whenever these are infringed. Key enforcement steps include drafting and sending cease-and-desist letters, following up with domain name registrars and hosting providers, draft and file complaints under alternative dispute resolution procedures, such as ICANN's Uniform Rapid Suspension and the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policies.
In other words, we will do everything possible to make sure that your brand is protected online. So if you are looking for comprehensive, professional domain name litigation services, look no further than us. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you secure your brand online.
Cybersquatting is an all-too-common issue for brand owners.
In brief: brand owners are too often playing whack-a-mole against cybersquatters, increasing the risk of misuse of the brand and the company’s reputation. However …
By using our proprietary platform alongside Magnify, we are able to take the right steps towards building a case against cybersquatter(s), even if they act anonymously. Based on clear rules of engagement defined with your legal department, our experts can take actions autonomously and in a cost-effective way, without requiring any intervention from you, from sending a cease & desist letter to the domain name registrar used for the infringing domains, culminating to full-fledged litigation.
Not only do we practice arbitration under the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (“UDRP”) co-created by ICANN and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), we are also used to litigate using local Alternative Dispute Resolution systems. As licensed attorneys, we can also bring litigation towards local courts to secure damages should the infringement warrant it.
This does not only save time and costs, but also provides for almost immediate positive results on many fronts: protecting your brand and sending a clear message that infringing will be met with strict consequences. By leveraging our expertise the legal and IP departments can focus on the company’s core business.
Many of our experts have been dealing with domain names for decades, including working with domain name registries and registrars, as well as arbitrators and advisors to one of the leading domain name arbitration platforms. Our legal and technical skills helped us in designing the most effective processes to handle disputes in terms of speed of execution and quality of outputs (cease & desist letters, official complaints, etc.).
This makes us the to-go-to party to handle domain name litigation: a white glove service that removes the burden for legal counsels, in-house IP experts and paralegals, whilst reducing stress on budgets in an ever-increasing uphill battle against online threats.
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