The new gTLds promise a totally transformed domain for brands. Ari Goldberger and Jason Schaeffer evaluate the defence mechanisms available in the new environment.
It is not always straightforward to deal with a ‘cybersquatter’, but in Poland, a raft of remedies is available. Jaromir Piwowar and Bartek Kochlewski take a look.
Canadian courts have so far demonstrated a relatively permissive approach to keyword advertising. Victoria Carrington explains.
With the inception, advent and rapid globalisation of the Internet, a revolutionary change has taken place in the field of communications. Lucy Rana and Rishu Srivastava look at domain name disputes.
OHIM's president, António Campinos, talks to WIPR about modernising the European trademark system and his office's 2011-2015 plan of action.
As ICANN prepares to launch its new top level domain programme, WIPR talks to Kurt Pritz, senior vice president of stakeholder relations at ICANN, about how IP owners will be protected.
ICANN recently voted to approve the roll-out of new top level domains, in a move that could transform the way we use the Internet. But for brand owners, it is a double-edged sword.
The European Community Trademark Association’s annual conference saw a lively discussion about ICANN and the new top level domains.
TB&I invited six experts to discuss the developments at HoganLovells LLP’s London office.
Canada’s domain name dispute policy has been the subject of a year-long review, which will see the introduction of changes that should make the process more efficient. Victoria Carrington explains.