Cybersquatting Cases

There are four main types of Cybersquatting cases: Domain name owners suing to stop domain hijacking and claiming damages. Trademark owners suing for Domains registered in bad faith to get the domain name canceled or transferred – “In Rem.” Trademark owners suing for Domains registered in bad faith to get the domain name canceled or transferred…

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Cybersquatting

The cybersquatting law is also called the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act or the ACPA. Cybersquatting cases are a tool for trademark owners to seize later registered domain names that are registered by domain pirates in bad faith with regard to a given domain name. Cybersquatting does not apply to domains registered before a matching trademark or domains…

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