• Success for Saone-et-Loire - Lexology (registration)


    Success for Saone-et-Loire
    Lexology (registration)
    Article R-20-44-46 of the code provides a list of non-exhaustive circumstances that may suggest the existence of a legitimate interest or bad faith (similar to those under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)). Concerning the ...

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  • How to Dispute a Third-Level 'Country-Code' .com Domain Name (Such as nike.eu.com) - CircleID


    How to Dispute a Third-Level 'Country-Code' .com Domain Name (Such as nike.eu.com)
    CircleID
    Despite this, the registrants of a handful of second-level domain names that correspond to country codes have adopted domain name dispute policies for third-level domain names. Most of these second-level domain names are controlled by CentralNic, ...

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  • Snap Gets Shuttered in Domain Name Dispute - The Recorder


    The Recorder

    Snap Gets Shuttered in Domain Name Dispute
    The Recorder
    Snap Inc. has lost a bid to take control of the geofilters.com domain name from a small mobile app developer that Snap accused of cybersquatting. A World Intellectual Property Association arbitration panel ruled that "geofilters" is a descriptive term ...

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  • Trademark Owner Loses Two Domain Name Disputes - On Same Domain Name - CircleID


    Trademark Owner Loses Two Domain Name Disputes - On Same Domain Name
    CircleID
    I've said many times that winning a domain name dispute under the Uniform Rapid Suspension System (URS) is much more challenging than under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). But, that doesn't mean trademark owners ...

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