If somebody has registered a domain name containing your trademark and you would like it back then we may be able to help.
Registrars around the world are required to follow the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) to enable trademark owners to recover domain names registered by third parties in bad faith.
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) are one of the UDRP administrators. If an arbitrator at WIPO agrees a domain name should be transferred then the registrar is obligated to make the transfer to its rightful owner or it will no longer be able to register domain names covered by the policy – given it covers the most popular domain extensions such as .com and .net then a registrar has no choice but to comply.
We provide a competively priced WIPO submission service. We offer a free consultation prior to taking on the case. Further information on the process and procedures as they apply to your case are provided in the consultation.
For an additional fee we will research the registrant to find out if they have registered other domains containing the same trademark. This means a single case can be brought against the registrant rather than returning to the WIPO UDRP process multiple times.