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SKRINE | Global, Malaysia | 2 Nov 2023

Malaysian High Court has no jurisdiction to review UDRP domain name dispute decision by WIPO panel

In the recent case of Junzhi Wang & Anor v T.C. Pharmaceutical Industries Co. Ltd [2024] 1 MLRH 549, the Kuala Lumpur High Court held that it has no…
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LexOrbis | Global, India | 30 Aug 2023

Appellate Jurisdiction of the High Court against the decision of the Administrative Panel of WIPO

The Trade Marks Act, 1999 (“the Act”) is a legislation passed with purpose of governing the trademark registration and its enforcement. This…
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Taylor Wessing | Global | 13 Jul 2023

The legitimacy of the secondary domain name market

Brand owners can often be frustrated by the acquisition of key assets, like top level domains, by third parties. While it may seem as though third…
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GEVERS | Global | 19 Dec 2022

Metaverse domains: both virtue and vice for trademarks owners

🕑 5 minutes The metaverse offers countless opportunities for trademark owners, but it also presents new challenges. One such challenge is that trademark owners must make sure that their brand is represented in metaverse domains, which differ from traditional domain names in that they are decentralised. This article sets out why metaverse domains have become a target for trademark squatters......
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MIIP MADE IN IP | Global | 5 Dec 2022

Verizon Trademark Services LLC v Zhi Chao Yang: reminder of importance of UDRP complaint mechanism

🕑 3 minutes The administrative panel of the World Intellectual Property Organization recently ordered an individual, Zhi Chao Yang, the holder of more than 70 fraudulent domain names, to transfer such domain names to American telecoms company Verizon. This decision demonstrates the importance of the uniform domain-name dispute-resolution policy procedure, both in terms of the fight against......
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 25 Apr 2022

Domain names and IP rights: establishment of dispute resolution centres and rules applicable to dispute resolution

No longer just the web address of a website, domain names have increasingly become a symbol indicating the provider of the website and the goods or services shown on it. Given this trend, right holders now exercise greater care in protecting their rights and interests from domain name infringement. This article discusses ".com" domain name dispute resolution centres and the applicable rules,......
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GEVERS | Global | 22 Nov 2021

Covid-19: infecting both people and internet

The online shift resulting from lockdown measures imposed by the covid-19 pandemic has created the ideal environment for cybersquatters and other online criminals to make their moves. The rise of online infringement during the covid-19 pandemic is evidenced by the increase in uniform dispute resolution policy decisions issued by World Intellectual Property Organization panels.
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IP Twins | USA | 29 Oct 2021

The coexistence agreement as a mean for preventing disputes relating to domain names

In Trademark Law, a coexistence agreement is an agreement by which the parties, owners of similar or identical trademarks, decide to organize their…
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IP Twins | Global | 21 Oct 2021

Accords de distribution et noms de domaine : prévalence du contrat de distribution sur le contrat UDRP

Tout accord de distribution doit impérativement comporter des stipulations claires et précises sur l’utilisation des marques, y compris sous la forme…
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IP Twins | Global | 10 Sep 2021

UDRP targeting gnp.com: brief comment on the strategy to adopt in the case of a short acronym brand

Grupo Nacional Provincial is a Mexican insurance company founded in 1907 which owns several Mexican trademarks composed of the acronym “GNP”. GNC…
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