‘A Practical Guide to the Law of Domain Names and Cybersquatting’ by Andrew Clemson
Publication due: February 2019
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) reported in March 2018 that it had handled more cybersquatting cases in 2017 than ever before.
This book provides trade mark attorneys, in-house lawyers and private practice solicitors with practical advice on how to avoid domain name disputes in the first place and best practice in taking action when disputes do arise.
Providing guidance from a neutral standpoint for both Complainants and Respondents, this book focusses on the Nominet Dispute Resolution Service for the .uk country code top level domain and the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) for generic top level domains.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Andrew Clemson is a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney at Cleveland Scott York with over 12 years of experience in trade mark law and practice.
He works with clients in the UK, Europe and globally on the full range of trade mark clearance, filing and prosecution work as well as in the contentious areas of oppositions, infringements and domain name disputes.
Andrew regularly presents lectures and seminars on trade mark law and domain name disputes.