Protecting your brand online and within domains can be difficult. It is essential that you use qualified and experienced lawyers who understand the domain space to protect your rights.
Our Principal is a former director of the au Domain Administration, is a Domain Name Lawyer, registered Australian trade marks attorney and has protected the online rights of clients for over 10 years.
Launching a .auDRP or UDRP complaint is a cheaper and speedier alternative to litigation. It an economical form of domain name dispute resolution. It can also be seen as a gentler form of rights enforcement as it assists a party with competing rights and disputes between registrants to have the complaint decided by panelist with vast experience in settling these types of cases. Use of a domain name does not only include use of a website at the domain name, but it can include use in email addresses and email accounts.
AU Dispute Resolution Policy (AUDRP) and Complaints
We represent both name holders and those who wish to recover a domain name in:
Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)
We represent both name holders and those who wish to recover a name in:
Trade Mark use in Domain Names
We represent both trade mark owners and domain name holders and complainants in:
It is imperative that you choose lawyers who are experienced in domain name matters. Challenging entitlement of a domain name is a speedier alternative to litigation. It is a form of dispute resolution that often gives you the commercial outcome you desire.
Our Principal is a former Director of the .au Domain Administration (the organisation that administers the .au domain space) and has been practicing Intellectual Property law for over a decade. She has been representing domain name registrants and trade mark owners in respect of competing rights in domains for decades.
We can also assist you to register a domain, obtain a domain name licence, dispute a Domain Name registration and obtain a trade mark registration.
We have run and won cases like yours before – let us win your case.
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