• Retailer Argos beaten in domain name battle at UK court - World Intellectual Property Review (subscription)


    World Intellectual Property Review (subscription)

    Retailer Argos beaten in domain name battle at UK court
    World Intellectual Property Review (subscription)
    UK retailer Argos suffered a knockout blow in a domain name dispute with US software company Argos Systems over the domain name argos.com. Back in July 2015, Argos sued Argos Systems for trademark infringement, accusing the software company of ...

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  • In the Know: What's in a domain name? - Plattsburgh Press Republican


    Plattsburgh Press Republican

    In the Know: What's in a domain name?
    Plattsburgh Press Republican
    To combat this bad-faith registering of domain names, a Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy has been established by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. So we return again to our original question of what “Does a ...

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  • Domain name dispute resolution in Russia - Lexology (registration)


    Domain name dispute resolution in Russia
    Lexology (registration)
    Domain names are powerful online branding tools. They function as online business identifiers, helping companies to conduct e-commerce and promote their brands on the Internet. In practice, domain names operate as digital trademarks, serving to ...

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  • When to Consider 'Both Sides of the Dot' in a Domain Name Dispute - CircleID


    When to Consider 'Both Sides of the Dot' in a Domain Name Dispute
    CircleID
    As I've written before (see "When is the Top-Level Domain (TLD) Relevant in a Domain Name Dispute?”), many UDRP panels have historically said that top-level domains "are to be disregarded", "shall be disregarded" or even "must be disregarded." But the ...

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