Logan J has ruled that documents prepared by a firm of trade mark attorneys in connection with a domain name arbitration are not covered by trade marks attorney privilege
A couple of interesting points to think about if you are disputing a domain name registration in dot feedback
Prof Andrew Christie is launching the auDRP Overview, an analysis of decisions under the auDRP on Wednesday 27 August 2014 at 9:15am.
auda is conducting a review of the auDRP – the dispute resolution policy covering domain names registered in the .au domain name space. The auDRP was derived from the UDRP, so many of the principles worked out under the latter are equally applicable under the auDRP. Two of the main differences, however, are that under the auDRP: a complainant may have rights sufficient to found a complaint “in a name”,.. Read More
Further to yesterday’s post, ICANN has released: v4 of the draft Applicant’s Guidebook; and an Economic Framework for the Analysis of the Expansion of Generic Top-level Domain Names; and two “snapshots”. The materials are open for public comment until 21 July. Lid dip: Marty The Economic Framework and snapshots can be downloaded via here. Try not to be cynical: this is about giving people who missed out on registering their.. Read More
WIPO’s annual report summarising developments in domain name disputes for 2008 has been published here. The headline attracting news around the world: a record 2,329 complaints filed Interestingly, the WIPO Center has received 14,663 UDRP or UDRP-based cases (gTLDs and ccTLDs), covering 26,262 separate domain names. Reflecting the truly global scope of this dispute mechanism, named parties to WIPO cases represented over 100 countries in 2008 alone. The United States.. Read More