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When Your Domain Name Lease Agreement Goes Wrong

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When Your Domain Name License Agreement Goes Wrong

Domain name lease agreements fall apart.

It’s just a matter of life. Business circumstances change, agreements fall apart.

But when domain name lease agreements go wrong, what can someone do in the instance that they own the domain, lease it to somebody else, but in the end, the person that’s leasing the domain doesn’t return the domain to them?

This six minute audio podcast by domain Nname attorney Brian Hall with Traverse Legal, PLC, a law firm that represents domain name owners, victims of trademark cybersquatting and those who have been wrongly accused of cybersquatting throughout the United States, provides input and thoughts on what you can do.

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