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Lessons and questions from WIPO’s UDRP statistics

International, US22-06-2016Gareth Dickson

A review of cybersquatting filings at the World Intellectual Property Organization in 2015 provides some food for thought for brand owners, who need to make their voice heard as ICANN conducts a review of rights protection mechanisms. Gareth Dickson of Cooley reports.

Tackling trademark trolls

US08-06-2016Sharon Daboul

Trademark trolls are no longer exclusively a big brand problem, but what can small and medium-sized enterprises do to combat the risks? Sharon Daboul, attorney at law firm EIP, has some practical suggestions.

Avoiding time-wasting at the UDRP

US04-05-2016Steve Levy

To get the best results from the UDRP, don’t underestimate the need to follow the process properly, says Steve Levy of FairWinds Partners.

Man in the middle: assessing the job for ICANN’s new chief

International27-04-2016Greg Shatan

Göran Marby has been chosen to succeed Fadi Chehadé as the new chief executive of ICANN. Greg Shatan, president of ICANN’s IP Constituency, tells us what Marby can expect.

Dealing with cybersquatting: the wisdom of thinking ahead

International, US13-04-2016David Weslow and Ari Meltzer

As the ways to misuse domain names continue to evolve, trademark owners should consider modernising their anti-cybersquatting practices to adapt to these changes, say David Weslow and Ari Meltzer of Wiley Rein.

Insights into the world of ‘dot brands’

International23-03-2016Guillaume Pahud

Guillaume Pahud, co-founder of Dot Stories, an activation platform for 'dot brands', provides some analysis on the current state of play of this form of new gTLD.

Doing good business in China

China16-03-2016Amy Hsiao and Brett Heavner

Trademark owners entering the Chinese marketplace online should develop strategies tailored to the unique Chinese legal system to protect their brands from piracy, say Amy Hsiao and Brett Heavner of Finnegan Henderson Farrabow Garrett & Dunner.

Can self-regulation do the job?

International09-03-2016Flip Petillion and Jan Janssen

As long as the domain name system allows for the accreditation of rogue registrars, self-regulation alone will not be sufficient to fight abuse, say Flip Petillion and Jan Janssen of law firm Crowell & Moring.

Applying for a ‘dot brand’ in the next round: what you need to know

International10-02-2016Elisa Cooper

Second time around, applying for a ‘dot brand’ TLD should be easier, says Elisa Cooper, vice president of marketing at IP management company Lecorpio.

Crime by manipulation

International27-01-2016Stuart Fuller

Consumers’ and businesses’ growing digital footprints are making us all more vulnerable to cyber attacks, says Stuart Fuller, director of communications at NetNames.

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