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‘Scandals spawn hashtags and disasters breed domain names’. EQUIFAX DOMAINS…PART TWO

A few weeks ago, we reported that Equifax was successful in wresting over 125 domain names from squatters who were hoping to cash in on the publicity behind the Equifax security breach. For those that have been in a sensory...more

In Wake of Equifax Breach, Squatters Appear and Are Vanquished

On September 7, Equifax Inc. announced the cyber security breach that could potentially impact 100 million U.S. consumers. In addition to Equifax’s main website, Equifax.com, the company set up a dedicated website —...more

The State of Domain Names

The World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) has released its 2016 Uniform Dispute Resolution Proceedings (UDRP) statistics. The overall number of new cases increased by 10 percent over the previous year. WIPO indicates...more

Jaguar Land Rover Ltd Puts the Brakes on the Trivett Family Trust

In a World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) domain name decision, WIPO has ordered the cancellation of 175 domain names that include the famous Range Rover, Land Rover and Jaguar trademarks. The domains were registered in...more

11/3/2016  /  Domain Names , Trademarks , WIPO

A Warning to Phishers in the Yahoo! Pond

In a recent February 15 decision by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), approximately 40 domain names were ordered transferred from their registrants to Yahoo! (WIPO Case D2015-2323). The domains included...more

Intellectual Property: Should You File Trademark Applications On Your Own?

Recent news articles have talked about the pros and cons of individuals filing their own trademark applications without the benefit of experienced counsel. While this is an option to consider, intricacies in the filing rules...more

A Clean Sweep for F. Hoffmann-La Roche Domains

Healthcare giant, F. Hoffmann-La Roche (Roche) filed for and was awarded the transfer of 74 domain names that had been registered by multiple individuals. Roche had filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization...more

Do-It-Yourself Trademarks — Part II

In a recent blog post, we talked about how it is possible in the U.S. to file a trademark application on your own, and why it may not be such a good idea. Besides having a working knowledge of classes of goods and services,...more

IKEA Wins in pimpmyikea.com and Thirty Other Domain Name Challenges

Ikea Systems BV of the Netherlands filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) for the transfer of multiple domain names registered by Michael Herman, an individual located in North Carolina. These domains...more

Should You File Trademark Applications on Your Own?

A recent article published by World Trademark Review talked about the pros and cons of individuals filing their own trademark applications without the benefit of experienced trademark counsel. First and foremost, individuals...more

POM Wonderful: The New Prescription for False Advertising

The ability of private parties to pursue mislabelling claims depends on whether allowing such claims to proceed would conflict with the purpose and intent of federal labelling laws and implementing regulations, such as those...more

US Patent and Trademark Office Lowers Filing Fees for Trademark Applications and Renewals in 2015

Effective January 17, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has reduced the filing fees for trademark applications. The new per-classification fee for a standard trademark application has been reduced from...more

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