Maximising UDRP Success
Melbourne IT DBS is the global leader in domain name recovery. In 2012, we recovered 725 domain names on behalf of our clients worldwide.
Recovering a domain name can seem a daunting and potentially-time consuming task. Many domain recovery requests involve potential trademark infringement but not all cases are clear cut. The cost of allowing another party to use a domain name which leverages your trademark in bad faith can not only be measured in terms of lost traffic and revenue, but also potential brand and reputational damage.
Our team of recovery specialists work closely with clients to analyze each domain dispute situation to determine the likelihood of success. They will recommend the most appropriate method with the best possible chance of recovering the domain name – whether that be via ‘cease and desist’ negotiation, anonymous acquisition, filing a Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) case, or a combination of the three.
We handle all aspects of a UDRP case filing on your behalf and ensure there is effective communication between the UDRP Panel and your organization. With more than 800 UDRP cases filed and a success rate of 99%, Melbourne IT DBS’ UDRP track record speaks for itself.
The number of UDRP cases filed continues to increase globally as brands become increasingly concerned with defending their trademarks online. To read more about recent trends in cybersquatting and domain name recovery - and the implications of the introduction of the new gTLDs – view our infographic and download our free 2012 Cybersquatting Report by completing the form below.
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