• Attorney Steve UDRP domain dispute overview part 3

    http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Attorney Steve Vondran, the intellectual property lawyer discusses UDRP and trademark law in this part 3 of a four part legal series. We hope you enjoy it.

    published: 29 Jul 2014
  • URDP domain name lawsuits part 1

    http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Need a overview of how a domain name lawsuit works as to both the trademark lawyer and the accused cybersquatter. Attorney Steve the Domain Dispute attorney talks about these important concepts in a should 4 part videos series. You will learn more than the average bear knows about UDRP domain name disputes.

    published: 29 Jul 2014
  • UDRP domain name dispute arbitration part 4

    http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Part 4 on the overview of UDRP domain dispute filing complaint, response, final panel decision and right to appeal to federal court or sue under the Antic Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Statute (ACPA) for money damages up to a $100,000 for violation of infringed domain name. Attorney Steve the domain name lawyer knocks these four videos out of the park. A must see for all domain name professionals, and for corporate trademark agents who try to preserve the brand from a trademark prospective.

    published: 29 Jul 2014
  • UDRP domain name disputes part 2

    http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Intellectual property law firm discusses the finer points of a UDRP complaint. And how you should respond to a UDRP lawsuit. First the complaint gets filed by the trademark holder, going after the bad-guy (the alleged "cybersquatter"). The complainant has the burden of proof and has three things to prove in the case. Attorney Steve Vondran discusses these important intellectual property points. Using a mind map helps you track the legal issues.

    published: 29 Jul 2014
  • Domain Names - Trademarks and Disputes

    Hello everyone! And welcome back to the Keeping it Legit course and Part 2 of legal issues to consider when dealing with domain names. This class will cover the UDRP and how to protect your brand when hostitlies may arise with trademark infringers. This class will ensure you have a fundamental knowledge of how domain name registration, arbitration, and trademark works not only here, but throughout the globe. This class is critical for webmasters and brand owners when they are planning for the future or dealing with potential litigation. Learn how registring your domain name means you agree to comply with arbitration, and how complaints are won and lost based on the three factor test - which includes whether the domain name was registered in bad faith, whether you registered your trade...

    published: 04 Dec 2013
  • Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 1

    Video 1. Hear basic legal informationon on domain name disputes from an attorney focusing on Internet law, including information on UDRP arbitration, the ACPA (Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act), and what you need to know about URL seizure actions. This video is part one of two. Visit www.utahpatentattorneys.com for more information, or email Steve at steve@uspatentlaw.us.

    published: 04 Jan 2013
  • Domain Name Arbitration

    This talk is about the arbitration of domain name disputes.

    published: 30 Jun 2014
  • Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy vs. Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act

    Internet lawyer John Di Giacomo of Revision Legal discusses the differences between a domain dispute under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy and a cybersquatting claim under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act

    published: 30 Aug 2013
  • GoDaddy.com Steals your ideas..

    GoDaddy.com is a domain name registration website which appears to be stealing domain name ideas after you run it through their search engine.

    published: 07 Sep 2015
  • Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 2

    Video 2. Hear basic legal informationon on domain name disputes from an attorney focusing on Internet law, including information on UDRP arbitration, the ACPA (Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act), and what you need to know about URL seizure actions. This video is part two of two. Visit www.utahpatentattorneys.com for more information, or email Steve at steve@uspatentlaw.us.

    published: 04 Jan 2013
  • Niche Law Jobs - Being A Land Use Lawyer

    http://jdcareersoutthere.com/land-use-law-careers-being-a-land-use-attorney/ Law jobs in the niche legal practice area of land use are explained in this JDCOT interview with land use lawyer Ben Reznik of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell in Los Angeles. Ben explains to JD Careers Out There host Marc Luber that these careers for lawyers are a mix of real estate, zoning, litigation careers and transactional law as well as advocacy and lobbying jobs. Being a lawyer in the land use practice area therefore requires those certain types of people who can be creative in working the politics and policy in with the law. Whether you're in law school, debating whether you should go to law school or simply wondering what to do with a law degree, you may want to check out land use law paths. In the ...

    published: 18 Mar 2013
  • Can I use a lawyer at my mediation or arbitration hearing?

    Can I use a lawyer at my mediation or arbitration hearing? | Pike & Lustig, LLP | Turnpike Law | Call today for a free consultation! | 561-855-7585 | http://www.turnpikelaw.com/ | 2465 Mercer Ave #204, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 In fact, it would be foolish not to have a lawyer present at your mediation or at your arbitration proceeding. Many different rules apply when it comes to mediation and arbitration, and therefore it is imperative that you have a lawyer represent your interest.

    published: 02 Nov 2015
  • Avoiding Arbitration Provisions

    The videos and links provided on this website are for informational purposes only. These videos do not constitute legal or financial advice, nor do they create an attorney client relationship. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the law firm or its attorneys. There is no implicit guarantee that this information is correct, complete or up-to-date. Jon Hafen from Parr Brown Gee & Loveless explains why arbitration provisions, which were once quite popular, should now be avoided in most circumstances.

    published: 10 Sep 2013
  • Arbitration Clause - File Lawsuit or Arbitrate?

    Attorney Jason McGrath discusses some items to consider when deciding to file a lawsuit or arbitrate a contract matter. www.mcgrathspielberger.com If you are in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida or Tennessee please fill out our confidential client intake form for possible legal assistance. http://mcgrathspielberger.com/contact-us

    published: 08 Dec 2016
  • How GoDaddy Hijacked My Domain & Stole my Trademark

    published: 08 Sep 2015
  • Internet Domain Name Disputes 101 - Allan R. Pearlman

    Help us caption and translate this video on Amara.org: http://www.amara.org/en/v/BXMj/ Allan R. Pearlman - Internet Domain Name Disputes 101 at at WordPressNYC Meetup at New Work City on Jan 17 2012 http://winyourinternetdomainnamedisputecase.com/ http://arpearlmanlaw.com/ http://www.meetup.com/WordpressNYC/events/47493792/ Though not WordPress specific, meetup member Allan Pearlman recently represented a client (author Robin Cook) in an internet name dispute and won! I thought this was so interesting that I asked him to stop by and give us some tips. When it comes to putting up websites, having the internet domain name or web address you want is a first-come-first-served proposition. Or at least it is at the start. The old saying "the early bird catches the worm" applies to how thin...

    published: 27 Jan 2012
  • I will answer your domain name legal (UDRP) question @fiverr.com/TheGoodLawyer

    I can assist you and your enterprise with all of your legal domain name needs. This includes UDRP and URS. The basic gig for $5, covers a basic question regarding domain name law that requires five minutes or less of research. I will provide an answer and the relevant information applicable. More complex questions can require further legal research. For those, please check my extra gigs® below. If you require something specific, please contact me and we can set up a Custom Order for your needs. I look forward to helping you solve your legal needs! All gigs® are served on a first-come, first-served basis. Link: http://is.gd/7ntf5h

    published: 17 Oct 2015
  • What Is UDRP Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy? | Trademark Factory® FAQ

    As long as you have a trademark, and it doesn’t really even have to be a registered trademark. If you have sufficient business presence in a jurisdiction that recognizes unregistered trademarks—and you may want to go back to one of this videos in the list where I am explaining what unregistered trademarks are and which jurisdictions recognize them—if you are well known in that jurisdiction that recognizes unregistered trademarks, you can use Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy but the vast majority of cases, and especially those where the complainant, the trademark owner was successful, the trademark owner had a registered trademark at least in one jurisdiction. And it has to be a legitimate registration that’s linked to a real business, so you can’t just go and register your trademark, ...

    published: 22 Aug 2016
  • How to file and register a trademark WITHOUT a lawyer!!!

    http://www.AttorneySteve.com YES YOU CAN SHARE THIS VIDEO ON YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS. MAKE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL! Attorney Steve does it again, this time with a helpful video for startup companies and individuals looking to register a federal trademark but who may not have the money to hire an intellectual property or trademark lawyer. This video is general legal information only and NOT legal advice or a substitute for legal advice. Trademark registration can be MUCH MORE COMPLEX than highlighted in this video. It is important to always do a thorough trademark search BEFORE applying for a trademark through the USPTO. Once you file, you cannot get your money back. So make sure there is no one else using your trademark before you apply. You can do this by searching ...

    published: 02 Nov 2016
  • Motion to Strike explained by Attorney Steve!

    http://www.AskAttorneySteve.com Steve Vondran, the business and real estate lawyer explains the "Motion to Strike" and how to respond to one in a litigation setting. A motion to strike seeks to eliminate any false, irrelevant or improper matters from a pleading, such as a complaint. You will normally see these motions filed with a "Demurrer" (if you are in state court) or a motion to dismiss (if you are in federal court, such as a federal copyright or TILA action). We hope this is a helpful video for new lawyers or for Clients fighting their cases in pro per or pro se. If you need help with business or real estate arbitration or litigation, give us a call at (877) 276-5084 or click on the link above. Feel free to share our legal videos on your social media networks and make sure to S...

    published: 21 Jun 2015
  • How to Deal with .cn Domain Name Disputes in China

    This video provides information regarding how to deal with .cn domain name disputes in China, including how to deal with cybersquatting, arbitration and litigation strategies, and the legal standards for domain name trademark rights applied by Chinese courts and arbitration bodies. For more info, visit:http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar/how-deal-cn-domain-name-disputes-china March 18, 2011

    published: 19 Feb 2014
  • The Year to Stop Domain Name Theft: Alert Media, Law Makers, Law Enforcement

    The Year to Stop Domain Name Theft is an anniversary dedicated to alerting and engaging media, law makers and law enforcement about this novel and flourishing form of business theft and cybercrime - including its devastating consequences to victims both companies and individuals. Swift criminal arrest and prosecution of domain thieves is needed. First criminal conviction in U.S. of domain theft occurred on July 22, 2011. The conviction has provided victims and criminal justice system a precedent and foundation to act upon. Three major domain theft cases in U.S.: Sex.com, P2P.com, ReligiousTravelAssociation.com. Domain theft also often includes stolen websites, stolen emails and cybersquatting. For more info visit StopDomainTheft.com and follow on Twitter at "StopDomainTheft"

    published: 31 Dec 2012
  • Cybersquatting and Internet Domain Names in 2016

    WIPO Director General Francis Gurry and Director of the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center Erik Wilbers discuss WIPO domain name dispute resolution cases in 2016. WIPO Cybersquatting Cases Hit Record in 2016, Driven by New Top-Level Domain Names: http://www.wipo.int/pressroom/en/articles/2017/article_0003.html Cybersquatting and Internet Domains in 2016 - Highlights: https://youtu.be/hmskrS-nYEo More on domain name dispute resolution: http://www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains/ This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 IGO License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/igo/

    published: 15 Mar 2017
  • Drug Company Hearing - SNL

    A woman (Octavia Spencer) sues her former employer (Vanessa Bayer, Alex Moffat) for intellectual property theft. Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-liv... Like SNL: https://www.facebook.com/snl Follow SNL: https://twitter.com/nbcsnl SNL Tumblr: http://nbcsnl.tumblr.com/ SNL Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbcsnl SNL Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nbcsnl/

    published: 05 Mar 2017
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Attorney Steve UDRP domain dispute overview part 3

Attorney Steve UDRP domain dispute overview part 3

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http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Attorney Steve Vondran, the intellectual property lawyer discusses UDRP and trademark law in this part 3 of a four part legal series. We hope you enjoy it.
https://wn.com/Attorney_Steve_Udrp_Domain_Dispute_Overview_Part_3
URDP domain name lawsuits part 1

URDP domain name lawsuits part 1

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http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Need a overview of how a domain name lawsuit works as to both the trademark lawyer and the accused cybersquatter. Attorney Steve the Domain Dispute attorney talks about these important concepts in a should 4 part videos series. You will learn more than the average bear knows about UDRP domain name disputes.
https://wn.com/Urdp_Domain_Name_Lawsuits_Part_1
UDRP domain name dispute arbitration part 4

UDRP domain name dispute arbitration part 4

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  • Updated: 29 Jul 2014
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http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Part 4 on the overview of UDRP domain dispute filing complaint, response, final panel decision and right to appeal to federal court or sue under the Antic Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Statute (ACPA) for money damages up to a $100,000 for violation of infringed domain name. Attorney Steve the domain name lawyer knocks these four videos out of the park. A must see for all domain name professionals, and for corporate trademark agents who try to preserve the brand from a trademark prospective.
https://wn.com/Udrp_Domain_Name_Dispute_Arbitration_Part_4
UDRP domain name disputes part 2

UDRP domain name disputes part 2

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  • Updated: 29 Jul 2014
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http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Intellectual property law firm discusses the finer points of a UDRP complaint. And how you should respond to a UDRP lawsuit. First the complaint gets filed by the trademark holder, going after the bad-guy (the alleged "cybersquatter"). The complainant has the burden of proof and has three things to prove in the case. Attorney Steve Vondran discusses these important intellectual property points. Using a mind map helps you track the legal issues.
https://wn.com/Udrp_Domain_Name_Disputes_Part_2
Domain Names - Trademarks and Disputes

Domain Names - Trademarks and Disputes

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  • Updated: 04 Dec 2013
  • views: 1197
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Hello everyone! And welcome back to the Keeping it Legit course and Part 2 of legal issues to consider when dealing with domain names. This class will cover the UDRP and how to protect your brand when hostitlies may arise with trademark infringers. This class will ensure you have a fundamental knowledge of how domain name registration, arbitration, and trademark works not only here, but throughout the globe. This class is critical for webmasters and brand owners when they are planning for the future or dealing with potential litigation. Learn how registring your domain name means you agree to comply with arbitration, and how complaints are won and lost based on the three factor test - which includes whether the domain name was registered in bad faith, whether you registered your trademark, and whether the other party has any legitimate interest in the domain name. Not only that, but learn what happens after the legal proceedings and what must be done to remain compliant with the law.
https://wn.com/Domain_Names_Trademarks_And_Disputes
Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 1

Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 1

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  • Updated: 04 Jan 2013
  • views: 359
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Video 1. Hear basic legal informationon on domain name disputes from an attorney focusing on Internet law, including information on UDRP arbitration, the ACPA (Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act), and what you need to know about URL seizure actions. This video is part one of two. Visit www.utahpatentattorneys.com for more information, or email Steve at steve@uspatentlaw.us.
https://wn.com/Introduction_To_Domain_Name_Disputes,_The_Udrp,_And_The_Acpa_|_Part_1
Domain Name Arbitration

Domain Name Arbitration

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  • Updated: 30 Jun 2014
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This talk is about the arbitration of domain name disputes.
https://wn.com/Domain_Name_Arbitration
Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy vs. Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act

Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy vs. Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act

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  • Updated: 30 Aug 2013
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Internet lawyer John Di Giacomo of Revision Legal discusses the differences between a domain dispute under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy and a cybersquatting claim under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act
https://wn.com/Uniform_Domain_Name_Dispute_Resolution_Policy_Vs._Anticybersquatting_Consumer_Protection_Act
GoDaddy.com Steals your ideas..

GoDaddy.com Steals your ideas..

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  • Updated: 07 Sep 2015
  • views: 346
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GoDaddy.com is a domain name registration website which appears to be stealing domain name ideas after you run it through their search engine.
https://wn.com/Godaddy.Com_Steals_Your_Ideas..
Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 2

Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 2

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  • Updated: 04 Jan 2013
  • views: 197
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Video 2. Hear basic legal informationon on domain name disputes from an attorney focusing on Internet law, including information on UDRP arbitration, the ACPA (Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act), and what you need to know about URL seizure actions. This video is part two of two. Visit www.utahpatentattorneys.com for more information, or email Steve at steve@uspatentlaw.us.
https://wn.com/Introduction_To_Domain_Name_Disputes,_The_Udrp,_And_The_Acpa_|_Part_2
Niche Law Jobs - Being A Land Use Lawyer

Niche Law Jobs - Being A Land Use Lawyer

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  • Updated: 18 Mar 2013
  • views: 1536
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http://jdcareersoutthere.com/land-use-law-careers-being-a-land-use-attorney/ Law jobs in the niche legal practice area of land use are explained in this JDCOT interview with land use lawyer Ben Reznik of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell in Los Angeles. Ben explains to JD Careers Out There host Marc Luber that these careers for lawyers are a mix of real estate, zoning, litigation careers and transactional law as well as advocacy and lobbying jobs. Being a lawyer in the land use practice area therefore requires those certain types of people who can be creative in working the politics and policy in with the law. Whether you're in law school, debating whether you should go to law school or simply wondering what to do with a law degree, you may want to check out land use law paths. In the full interview at JDCOT, Ben tells us how to break in to land use attorney careers and explains a typical day, what skills and personality types best fit this path, and how to succeed. Visit us at: http://JDCareersOutThere.com 99 Things To Do With A Law Degree (eBook): http://bit.ly/jd99things JDCOT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/JDCOT JDCOT on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/JD_COT JDCOT on Google+:http://bit.ly/JDCOTgplus JDCOT on LinkedIn: http://ow.ly/hawCx
https://wn.com/Niche_Law_Jobs_Being_A_Land_Use_Lawyer
Can I use a lawyer at my mediation or arbitration hearing?

Can I use a lawyer at my mediation or arbitration hearing?

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  • Duration: 0:34
  • Updated: 02 Nov 2015
  • views: 23
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Can I use a lawyer at my mediation or arbitration hearing? | Pike & Lustig, LLP | Turnpike Law | Call today for a free consultation! | 561-855-7585 | http://www.turnpikelaw.com/ | 2465 Mercer Ave #204, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 In fact, it would be foolish not to have a lawyer present at your mediation or at your arbitration proceeding. Many different rules apply when it comes to mediation and arbitration, and therefore it is imperative that you have a lawyer represent your interest.
https://wn.com/Can_I_Use_A_Lawyer_At_My_Mediation_Or_Arbitration_Hearing
Avoiding Arbitration Provisions

Avoiding Arbitration Provisions

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  • Updated: 10 Sep 2013
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The videos and links provided on this website are for informational purposes only. These videos do not constitute legal or financial advice, nor do they create an attorney client relationship. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the law firm or its attorneys. There is no implicit guarantee that this information is correct, complete or up-to-date. Jon Hafen from Parr Brown Gee & Loveless explains why arbitration provisions, which were once quite popular, should now be avoided in most circumstances.
https://wn.com/Avoiding_Arbitration_Provisions
Arbitration Clause - File Lawsuit or Arbitrate?

Arbitration Clause - File Lawsuit or Arbitrate?

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  • Updated: 08 Dec 2016
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Attorney Jason McGrath discusses some items to consider when deciding to file a lawsuit or arbitrate a contract matter. www.mcgrathspielberger.com If you are in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida or Tennessee please fill out our confidential client intake form for possible legal assistance. http://mcgrathspielberger.com/contact-us
https://wn.com/Arbitration_Clause_File_Lawsuit_Or_Arbitrate
How GoDaddy Hijacked My Domain & Stole my Trademark

How GoDaddy Hijacked My Domain & Stole my Trademark

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  • Updated: 08 Sep 2015
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https://wn.com/How_Godaddy_Hijacked_My_Domain_Stole_My_Trademark
Internet Domain Name Disputes 101 - Allan R. Pearlman

Internet Domain Name Disputes 101 - Allan R. Pearlman

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  • Updated: 27 Jan 2012
  • views: 704
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Help us caption and translate this video on Amara.org: http://www.amara.org/en/v/BXMj/ Allan R. Pearlman - Internet Domain Name Disputes 101 at at WordPressNYC Meetup at New Work City on Jan 17 2012 http://winyourinternetdomainnamedisputecase.com/ http://arpearlmanlaw.com/ http://www.meetup.com/WordpressNYC/events/47493792/ Though not WordPress specific, meetup member Allan Pearlman recently represented a client (author Robin Cook) in an internet name dispute and won! I thought this was so interesting that I asked him to stop by and give us some tips. When it comes to putting up websites, having the internet domain name or web address you want is a first-come-first-served proposition. Or at least it is at the start. The old saying "the early bird catches the worm" applies to how things work here. This presentation will discuss the three things a late-bird challenger must prove in order to take control of a domain name, and so take it away from the "early bird" who registered it first. Also discussed will be how an early bird defends against this. About Allan: Attorney Allan R. Pearlman is a former judicial law clerk for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and former Senior Court Attorney for the New York State Supreme Court in New York County. Now in private practice, he recently successfully represented New York Times best-selling author, Robin Cook to win control of http//robincook.com. PUNKCAST1988-01 CC-BY-SA WPNYC.ORG 2012 Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/BXMj/
https://wn.com/Internet_Domain_Name_Disputes_101_Allan_R._Pearlman
I will answer your domain name legal (UDRP) question @fiverr.com/TheGoodLawyer

I will answer your domain name legal (UDRP) question @fiverr.com/TheGoodLawyer

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I can assist you and your enterprise with all of your legal domain name needs. This includes UDRP and URS. The basic gig for $5, covers a basic question regarding domain name law that requires five minutes or less of research. I will provide an answer and the relevant information applicable. More complex questions can require further legal research. For those, please check my extra gigs® below. If you require something specific, please contact me and we can set up a Custom Order for your needs. I look forward to helping you solve your legal needs! All gigs® are served on a first-come, first-served basis. Link: http://is.gd/7ntf5h
https://wn.com/I_Will_Answer_Your_Domain_Name_Legal_(Udrp)_Question_Fiverr.Com_Thegoodlawyer
What Is UDRP Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy? | Trademark Factory® FAQ

What Is UDRP Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy? | Trademark Factory® FAQ

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  • Updated: 22 Aug 2016
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As long as you have a trademark, and it doesn’t really even have to be a registered trademark. If you have sufficient business presence in a jurisdiction that recognizes unregistered trademarks—and you may want to go back to one of this videos in the list where I am explaining what unregistered trademarks are and which jurisdictions recognize them—if you are well known in that jurisdiction that recognizes unregistered trademarks, you can use Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy but the vast majority of cases, and especially those where the complainant, the trademark owner was successful, the trademark owner had a registered trademark at least in one jurisdiction. And it has to be a legitimate registration that’s linked to a real business, so you can’t just go and register your trademark, in one of those jurisdictions that allow you to quickly and easily get a trademark, even if you have no plans of doing business there. It has to be a legitimate registration. So, if somebody registered a domain name that’s confusingly similar with your trademark, you can go after them with UDRP. Now, the important thing is that domain name must have been registered in bad faith. So somebody who did it, knew about your brand and they registered it either in order to sell it to you or in order to prevent you from reflecting your brand in that domain name. It is something that you need to prove. What matter is that the domain name must have been registered after you have your rights to the trademark. I will share with you a story. Trademark Factory is a good example. When I came up with a name, TRADEMARKFACTORY.COM was already taken. It wasn’t used, nobody was using it, but somebody registered that domain name and at that point, I got TRADEMARKFACTORY.CA. We were starting in Canada, most of the business at that point was coming from Canada, so we got the .CA. And I wrote to the domain name owner and said, would you be willing to let go of the .COM? And they wanted to get some ridiculous amount of money—at that point I thought it was ridiculous, because I wasn’t sure if the brand is going to stick. But next year when I realized that what I have built is a viable business with a great model that a lot of business owners not just from Canada but from around the world want to use to get their trademark registered, I realized that there is a lot of value in the brand. So I wrote to them again—and never heard back. And then I wrote again and never heard back. So what I was looking at at that point was when is the domain name going to expire. And about a month before the expiration date for the domain name registration, I started getting all those e-mails from a ton of registrars, “This domain name is just about to expire, would you be willing to do a back order and start this auction to get the domain name?” So what I did was I called my own registrar and I said, “Look, there is this domain name, TRADEMARKFACTORY.COM that’s going to become available. I want to make sure that I end up getting it.” And there is this procedure that allows you to back-order, so I did that and in order to go through the process of this back-ordering, you’re supposed to give a bid. What’s the maximum amount you are willing to pay to the registrar if there is a bidding war for the domain name. And I said, “$1,500.” And the registrar asked, “Why only $1,500? Isn’t it brand worth more?” So I responded, “Of course, it’s worth a lot more, but $1,500 is what it will cost me to take this domain name through the Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy from anybody, anybody other than the current owner. So the only person I couldn’t go after was the guy who registered the domain name TRADEMARKFACTORY.COM before I registered my trademark, before I started having rights in my trademark. So they were the only ones I couldn’t go after, but by registering my trademark, I became the market of one for them because if they were to sell the domain name to anybody else, could use Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy to take that domain name from a new buyer very easily. And we’ve actually used this strategy many times helping our clients negotiate domain name transfers because here is the thing, if somebody took your domain name and they were there first, you can’t use Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy against them, but they are not really using the brand, there is nothing on the website, just a parking page. So you go to them and say, “Look, you can’t sell it to anybody other than us. Let’s be reasonable, let’s come up with a way to make you happy and make us happy!” And that’s worked more than once.So, here is another reason to register your trademarks So importantly, again, remember: in order for this to work, the domain name must have been registered in bad faith. So if somebody else has a similar trademark in a completely different industry, you can’t use UDRP against them.
https://wn.com/What_Is_Udrp_Uniform_Domain_Name_Resolution_Policy_|_Trademark_Factory®_Faq
How to file and register a trademark WITHOUT a lawyer!!!

How to file and register a trademark WITHOUT a lawyer!!!

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  • Updated: 02 Nov 2016
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http://www.AttorneySteve.com YES YOU CAN SHARE THIS VIDEO ON YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS. MAKE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL! Attorney Steve does it again, this time with a helpful video for startup companies and individuals looking to register a federal trademark but who may not have the money to hire an intellectual property or trademark lawyer. This video is general legal information only and NOT legal advice or a substitute for legal advice. Trademark registration can be MUCH MORE COMPLEX than highlighted in this video. It is important to always do a thorough trademark search BEFORE applying for a trademark through the USPTO. Once you file, you cannot get your money back. So make sure there is no one else using your trademark before you apply. You can do this by searching the internet. Search for domain registrations that may be similar. Search on Google. You can Thomson Thomson to run a detailed paid search. You should also try to pick "arbitrary and fanciful" names as opposed to suggestive and descriptive terms. In other words "Nike" or "Xerox" are better names than "Sports Shoes Company" or "Copy Paper Inc." Be creative - think out of the box. Also, keep in mind there are many different things you can get a trademark (for goods) or service mark (for services) for. Examples are: 1. Your company logo 2. A slogan you use in your business 3. Nicknames (ex. "Johnny Football") 4. Your business name These are just a few of the common examples. At any rate, this video should help you understand what lawyers do when filing a trademark. This is the same process companies like LegalZoom do. So in short YOU CAN DO IT without a lawyer if you take time to read the screens, and watch some of their helpful videos the USPTO offers. If you need help and are willing to pay a LOW FLAT RATE FEE - we can help you. We can also help with the following: 1. Trademark name searches (we can help you pick a good mark to build your brand on) 2. Registering trademarks and service marks 3. Responding to office action letters (refusals or denials) from the trademark examiner 4. Cease and desist letters 5. Trademark arbitration, mediation, litigation 6. Domain name disputes For more information, call us at (877) 276-5084 or click on the link at the top of this page to go to our corporate homepage. As we like to say - we are The First Name In Legal Services" Hope you enjoyed this video!! Check out our others.
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Motion to Strike explained by Attorney Steve!

Motion to Strike explained by Attorney Steve!

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http://www.AskAttorneySteve.com Steve Vondran, the business and real estate lawyer explains the "Motion to Strike" and how to respond to one in a litigation setting. A motion to strike seeks to eliminate any false, irrelevant or improper matters from a pleading, such as a complaint. You will normally see these motions filed with a "Demurrer" (if you are in state court) or a motion to dismiss (if you are in federal court, such as a federal copyright or TILA action). We hope this is a helpful video for new lawyers or for Clients fighting their cases in pro per or pro se. If you need help with business or real estate arbitration or litigation, give us a call at (877) 276-5084 or click on the link above. Feel free to share our legal videos on your social media networks and make sure to SUBSCRIBE for free video law updates!!!
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How to Deal with .cn Domain Name Disputes in China

How to Deal with .cn Domain Name Disputes in China

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This video provides information regarding how to deal with .cn domain name disputes in China, including how to deal with cybersquatting, arbitration and litigation strategies, and the legal standards for domain name trademark rights applied by Chinese courts and arbitration bodies. For more info, visit:http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar/how-deal-cn-domain-name-disputes-china March 18, 2011
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The Year to Stop Domain Name Theft: Alert Media, Law Makers, Law Enforcement

The Year to Stop Domain Name Theft: Alert Media, Law Makers, Law Enforcement

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The Year to Stop Domain Name Theft is an anniversary dedicated to alerting and engaging media, law makers and law enforcement about this novel and flourishing form of business theft and cybercrime - including its devastating consequences to victims both companies and individuals. Swift criminal arrest and prosecution of domain thieves is needed. First criminal conviction in U.S. of domain theft occurred on July 22, 2011. The conviction has provided victims and criminal justice system a precedent and foundation to act upon. Three major domain theft cases in U.S.: Sex.com, P2P.com, ReligiousTravelAssociation.com. Domain theft also often includes stolen websites, stolen emails and cybersquatting. For more info visit StopDomainTheft.com and follow on Twitter at "StopDomainTheft"
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Cybersquatting and Internet Domain Names in 2016

Cybersquatting and Internet Domain Names in 2016

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WIPO Director General Francis Gurry and Director of the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center Erik Wilbers discuss WIPO domain name dispute resolution cases in 2016. WIPO Cybersquatting Cases Hit Record in 2016, Driven by New Top-Level Domain Names: http://www.wipo.int/pressroom/en/articles/2017/article_0003.html Cybersquatting and Internet Domains in 2016 - Highlights: https://youtu.be/hmskrS-nYEo More on domain name dispute resolution: http://www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains/ This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 IGO License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/igo/
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Drug Company Hearing - SNL

Drug Company Hearing - SNL

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  • Updated: 05 Mar 2017
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A woman (Octavia Spencer) sues her former employer (Vanessa Bayer, Alex Moffat) for intellectual property theft. Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-liv... Like SNL: https://www.facebook.com/snl Follow SNL: https://twitter.com/nbcsnl SNL Tumblr: http://nbcsnl.tumblr.com/ SNL Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbcsnl SNL Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nbcsnl/
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