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Cybersquatters Beware!: Insider's Tips for Winning Domain Name Disputes [Paperback]

Chantelle Newhook

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Oct. 2 2002 0070905797 978-0070905795 1
Cybersquatters Beware! provides business executives , marketing professionals and lawyers with an accessible, entertaining and jargon-free explanation of the trends in international domain name dispute resolution. Topics include; brand names and trademarks, registering nicknames, celebrity domains, names for corporations and many others.

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"Cybersquatters Beware!demystifies the dizzying maze of legal protection of domain names..provides practical advice for anyone doing business on the Web." -- Lesley Ellen Harris, Author of Canadian Copyright Law and Digital Property, Copyright, Licensing and E-Commerce Lawyer

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Domain names are the all-important nameplates of the new marketplace, with more than 28 million in place and 30,000 new names created each day. Company decision makers are learning they must constantly defend against their unsanctioned or improper use. Cybersquatters Beware! provides business executives, marketing professionals, and lawyers with jargon-free, step-by-step procedures for getting and keeping a chosen domain name, starting an action with or without a lawyer, solving disputes with a dispute resolution provider, and more.

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