Cybersquatting – Domain Name Rights (On-Demand)

$169.00

Cybersquatting is defined as the bad faith registration of a domain name.  It can also be thought of as trademark infringement in a domain name.  The explosion and ease of domain name registrations has also resulted in an increase in bad faith domain name registrations.  ICANN has created mechanisms for trademark owners to quickly and efficiently reclaim or terminate use of such domain name registrations.  The topics of domain name monitoring, preemptive registrations and the importance of a corporate domain name policy will also be discussed. 

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Event Details

Course Type

Course Instructor

Christopher A. Corpus, Esq.

Original Date Of Course

General Credits

2

Course Description

Cybersquatting is defined as the bad faith registration of a domain name.  It can also be thought of as trademark infringement in a domain name.  The explosion and ease of domain name registrations has also resulted in an increase in bad faith domain name registrations.  ICANN has created mechanisms for trademark owners to quickly and efficiently reclaim or terminate use of such domain name registrations.  The topics of domain name monitoring, preemptive registrations and the importance of a corporate domain name policy will also be discussed. 

Syllabus

  1. An overview of Cybersquatting
  2. Causes of action
  3. ICANN arbitration overview
  4. A brief URS overview
  5. UDDP overview, claims, and defenses
  6. Domain name monitoring and The Trademark Clearinghouse

Instructor

Christopher A. Corpus, Esq.