How We Can Assist

Received a Threatening Letter?

Have You Received a Threatening Legal Letter or E-mail? –

domain name dispute lawyerWe can initially assist you in evaluating the importance and the merit of the letter. We can send a strong response that emphasizes the experience and successes of our law firm. We fight hard for our clients – and it makes a difference!

When we clearly point out that we are fighting for you, that we have substantial experience, and that we we have achieved numerous victories for our clients, the individual who sent the letter very often gives up.  They realize that it will be hard to win – so they abandon their attempt to take your domain name.-- [more]

Received UDRP Complaint?

UDRP Complaint filed against you ? (under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy) --

We have handled literally hundreds of domain name disputes for our clients. We know the procedures.  We know the strategies.  We know how to win.  We can help.-- [more]

WIPO Complaint filed against you? (in the World Intellectual Property Organization)

The procedures and strategies for handling domain name disputes are very familiar to us.  We know the procedures.  We know the strategies.  We know how to win.  We can help.-- [more]

NAF Complaint filed against you ? (in the National Arbitration Forum)

We have handled numerous domain name disputes in the National Arbitration Forum arbitration process. We know the procedures.  We know the strategies.  We know how to win.-- [more]

Someone Have Your Domain? domain name

If someone owns a domain name that is infringing on your business name or product name, we can utilize legal strategies and procedures that have proven successful. We can send a “cease and desist” letter as a first step in the protection of your rights. This legal communication notifies the infringing party that they may be infringing on your trademark rights and demands that they immediately cease the infringing activity. If the initial cease and desist letter does not accomplish the objective of causing the infringing party to discontinue the infringement, then a threat of a UDRP action or a trademark lawsuit in a federal court may be the next step. Alternative strategies will be discussed with you to evaluate the best way of proceeding in your specific situation.-- [more]

Appeal a UDRP Decision?

If you have lost a UDRP proceeding in the world intellectual property organization (WIPO) or the NAF (National Arbitration Forum), -- We can help. Any UDRP decision can be taken to a Federal Court for a more thorough review of the evidence and arguments. We have successfully appealed a substantial number of UDRP decisions for our clients. We will also fight hard for you and your company.-- [more]

Lawsuit Threat?

domain name disputeIf someone is threatening to file a lawsuit against you, we can provide substantial assistance. We have a considerable amount of experience with domain name lawsuits. We have achieved numerous victories for our clients. When we send a response letter describing our experience and victories, the person making the threat often decides to stop. If they do proceed, we can litigate your case with experience and proven expertise.-- [more]

Someone Cybersquatting on Your Domain?

If someone owns a domain name that is infringing on your business name or product name, we can utilize legal strategies and procedures that have proven successful. We can send a “cease and desist” letter as a first step in the protection of your rights. This legal communication notifies the infringing party that they may be infringing on your trademark rights and demands that they immediately cease the infringing activity. If the initial cease and desist letter does not accomplish the objective of causing the infringing party to discontinue the infringement, then a threat of a UDRP action or a trademark lawsuit in a federal court may be the next step. Alternative strategies will be discussed with you to evaluate the best way of proceeding in your specific situation.-- [more]

Are You Buying a Domain Name?

There are a number of legal risks in buying a domain name. Some examples of the risks are: (1) there may be a lawsuit that has been initiated against the domain name owner (2) the domain name may be stolen (3) the representations about the traffic of the domain name may be inaccurate. (4) the domain name may have been black-listed. (5) the domain name may not be transferred properly to you (6) The seller may take the money and not give you the domain name. (6) there may be hidden problems with the domain name. We can provide invaluable assistance in ensuring that you are protected against the many risks that are incurred in the purchase of a domain name. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” Substantial amounts of money may be involved in the transaction. Let us protect you!-- [more]

Are You Selling a Domain Name? developing domain names

There are a number of legal risks in selling a domain name. Some examples of the risks are: (1) the purchaser may sue you for misrepresentations (2) the purchaser may sue you for breach of warranty (3) The purchaser may sue you for selling stolen property (even if the theft occurred years before you owned it). We can provide invaluable assistance in ensuring that you are protected against the many risks that are incurred in the purchase of a domain name. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” Substantial amounts of money may be involved in the transaction. Let us protect you!-- [more]

Are You Investing in Domain Names?

Since we have been specializing in domain name rights and domain name legal issues for many years, we can provide investment advice as well as legal advice. We have a lot of “insider information” about the current developments and news in the domain name world – that can be very valuable and helpful to you in your investment activities. One piece of information about new developments, trends or happenings may be worth many thousands of dollars to you as you invest in domain names. Furthermore, since we know so many individuals and companies involved with domains, we can assist you in finding domains, negotiating transactions and ensuring that your investment is solid.-- [more]

Other Internet Law Issues

Since your Internet activities and Internet business transactions will undoubtedly involve a variety of legal issues, we can provide comprehensive legal services to handle your other legal issues as well.-- [more]

With our substantial experience, expertise and worldwide practice, we can provide extraordinarily solid legal representation of your interests.

national experienceOur Strengths:

Recognized Expertise – The principal lawyer of the firm gives presentations before conferences around the world. He has been introduced as one of the top two or three lawyers in the world specializing in domain name and Internet law issues. He has given presentations to the prestigious American Intellectual Property Law Association, to a U.S. Congressional conference and to a United Nations Task Force to which he was appointed.

Many Victories - We have won a considerable number of domain name disputes. We have many happy clients. Read news articles about our recent victories.-- [more]

Experience - The principal attorney of the firm has more than 20 Years of Experience - with domain name law, Internet law, business law, and trademark law.-- [more].

Ideal Location To Serve You Well - We can litigate on your behalf in the court which has jurisdiction over all .com, .net, .biz and .org domain names - to increase your negotiating strength dramatically.--[more].

More Advantages of Choosing This Firm.-- [more]

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