In this interview, Internet attorney Howard Neu, who successfully represented Rick Schwartz in the SaveMe.com uniform domain-name dispute-resolution policy (UDRP) case, discusses the details of the UDRP, how to improve your chances of winning a UDRP, and how Vanity.com could have improved the chances of winning their UDRP.
* The requirements of a complainant to win a UDRP
* What you are doing today that might be considered “bad faith”
* How the SaveMe.com UDRP was so easily defended
* How Vanity.com, Inc. could lose its domain, Vanity.com, when it owned a trademark
* What domain investors need to know to successfully defend a UDRP
June 25, 2012
There’s a big difference between domain name investing and domain name cybersquatting.
Honest domain investors looking to avoid any legal trouble should make sure they are well versed in all the relevant laws and regulations.
July 24, 2011
Jeff Burgar doesn’t do interviews, at least he’s never done an interview before today. Search for his name on the Internet, and you’ll likely only find the 23 WIPO domain name disputes that have been filed against him and his company, Alberta Hot Rods, located in High Prairie, Alberta, Canada.
But the lack of publicity didn’t stop us from working to get the CharlieSheen.com domain name story and, in the process, learn a little more about Jeff Burgar, the domain name investor, and his recent sale of CharlieSheen.com to Charlie Sheen, the man with #TigerBlood running in his veins.
May 3, 2011