Steven Levy, president of the Accent Law Group, takes a look at the fair use of trademarks in domain names and whether a series of UDRP decisions calls that principle into doubt.
Steven Levy, president of the Accent Law Group, looks at how the new generic top-level domains have changed the analysis of confusing similarity in disputes under the UDRP.
Steven Levy, president of the Accent Law Group, looks at how new generic top-level domains have changed the analysis of confusing similarity in disputes under the UDRP.
Steven Levy, president of the Accent Law Group, discusses the strategy for pursuing a Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy complaint against a domain name that doesn’t resolve to any website.
The boundaries of what is possible with other people’s content have become clearer from the Court of Justice of the European Union in GS Media and from the court’s Advocate General’s opinion in Filmspeler, according to Maarten Rijks and Adam Rendle of Taylor Wessing.
Steven Levy, president of Accent Law Group, looks into the world of cybersquatting and hotel trademarks.
It has been almost 17 years since ICANN first adopted the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy and a lot has changed since then, say Flip Petillion, Jan Janssen, Diégo Noesen and Alexander Heirwegh of Crowell & Moring.
The UDRP and URS procedures can be very helpful tools in fighting counterfeits, but they don’t solve all the problems, says Steven Levy of the Accent Law Group.
On October 1, 2016, a big change in the oversight of a core piece of internet infrastructure occurred, although it went mostly unnoticed, says Nick Wood, managing director at corporate domain name registrar Com Laude.
The Alliance for Intellectual Property seeks to increase the market for legitimate content while reducing the availability of illegal content and access, as its director general, Eddy Leviten, tells TBO.