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Paul Keating: What Does ceat.com UDRP Teach Us?

This is a post written by contributor,  Paul Raynor Keating. Mr. Keating is a California licensed attorney who has lived and worked in Barcelona and most recently London. He is a respected lawyer that represents domain investors, registrars and domain-related service providers. In this post, Mr. Keating discusses the recent controversial UDRP decision involving ceat.com. In the blink of an...

Porn.com Update: Domain Name Recovered

Yesterday morning, I reported that a UDRP was filed for the Porn.com domain name. Mike Berkens also posted an article about the UDRP, and he said, "We have not been able to confirm the nature of the UDRP and that its to recover a stolen domain but its the only thing that makes sense." It appears that Mike was...

Domain Name Attorney & Legal Guide

Although there isn't a field of law that is categorized as "domain name law," the field of intellectual property (IP) law encompasses many issues related to domain name investing. There are a number of IP attorneys and lawyers who have legal practices that specialize in domain name legal issues, and there are many more law firms who have attorneys...

Question for Matt Cutts: Why Is Google Adding My Name to Meta Titles?

I have a question for Google's Matt Cutts, and I am going to post it here on the off chance he sees this article. Even if Matt doesn't happen to see this article, I am hopeful someone else can let me know how I can resolve the issue. Ever since changing my blog's domain name from ElliotsBlog.com to DomainInvesting.com, I...

Why You Need a Good Domain Name Lawyer

Most people who invest in domain names probably hope that they never need to use the services of a good domain name lawyer. I think the perception may be that if you have to hire a lawyer for something, it probably means you did something bad or someone is threatening you. That's not the case, and I think it's...

Why $100k+ Award for RDNH is a Big Deal

Andrew Alleman wrote about the U.S. Federal District Court decision that awarded a domain owner $126,830 in damages, attorney's fees, and costs in response to a case of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking (RDNH), and I believe this decision is a big deal for domain investors. In 2009, the city of Paris, France filed a UDRP for the domain name Parvi.org,...

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