We start with a consultation about your business and trademark, as well as the website domain name in question.
Domain Name Disputes
With cybersquatting on the rise, more and more business owners are left with a choice: rename the new product or service, pay the website owner what he wants, or take advantage of the legal process to strip the domain name from the cybersquatter. Although paying off the cybersquatter may be an easy choice, some domain thieves try to extort tens of thousands of dollars from businesses—and at that point, it makes more sense to use the legal system to recover the domain name.
And that’s where we come in. At Norton Law Corporation, we use our unique blend of business and trademark expertise to navigate through the domain name recovery process, known as the UDRP. This arbitration-like process takes up to two months. Even though outcome is dependent on a number of factors, the low cost of the process makes it an appealing alternative to shelling out thousands for a domain name that should have cost less than $10.
Like most of our other services, we offer flat fee billing (and occasional contingency billing) on all UDRP services.