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Protecting Your Brand as the Internet Expands
Marketing News

Just as we were getting the hang of managing trademarks and brands in the familiar .com, .net and .org Internet, along come 1,930 new generic top level domains (gTLDs) demanding attention and new strategies to secure critical domains and protect... learn more

Are You Ready for New Generic Top-Level Domains?
With hundreds of new gTLDs to police, CIOs will need a strategy to protect the company’s trademarks and other intellectual property.
The Internet is Expanding
Four Things Your Clients Need to Know
The Corporate Lawyer

Were you stuck with a firm-issued Blackberry, unable to chime in on conversations about the best apps? 

It’s easy to get left behind when it comes to evolving technology, but don’t play catch-up or be... learn more

Five Steps to Protect Your Interests Online
The Internet is set to expand with 1,930 applications for new domains
IndustryWeek magazine

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) met in Prague in late June shortly after revealing 1,930 applications for new generic top level domain names (gTLDs) -- the name to the right of the “dot” in web... learn more

Expansion of the Domain Name System: Advantages, Objections and Contentions
DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & IP Law - DePaul University, College of Law

We are about to experience the most significant change to the structure of the Internet since the advent of the World Wide Web. This change will have a dramatic impact on Internet users, service providers, and brand owners in the coming... learn more

Will Mere Uncertainty Drive Brand Owners to Participate in ICANN's New gTLDs Effort?
Amy E. Bivens, Bloomberg BMA
Electronic Commerce & Law Report - The Bureau of National Affairs

Love it or hate it, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers’ new top-level domain program has arrived. No one can predict with certainty whether it will inspire next-generation marketing tools that every business will want... learn more

Becoming the Master of your Domain: UDRP vs. the Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act
News Source - the John Marshall Law School Center for Intellectual Property Law
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ICANN Can or Can It?
Landslide Magazine - American Bar Association
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ICANN UDRP - Six Tips for Effective Advocacy to Win Domain Name Disputes
Domain name conflicts affecting business are on the rise.

Fortunately, victims of domain name abuse have an effective tool to fight cybersquatting. The Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) adopted in 1999 by the International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the international body... learn more

How to Avoid Domain Name Loss

"What's in a name?" Shakespeare's Juliet famously asked. Apparently not much, for she said, "a rose by any other name would smell as sweet."

In our Internet age, I think the answer is different. Names, particularly... learn more