Handling Domain Name Disputes


The growth of the Internet has fueled a whole new genre of legal dispute that didn't really exist fifteen years ago: legal battles over Internet domain names. Now that virtually every business has a website, Internet domain name disputes are heating up more than ever.

This article provides a short primer about a streamlined online arbitration system for resolving domain name ownership disputes: the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy ("UDRP").

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