Domain Dispute Filings Hit Record Level at WIPO

The number of complaints filed by trademark owners against cybersquatters under the "Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy" (UDRP) hit an all-time high in 2007, according to this data from the World Intellectual Property Organization. Doug Isenberg, a lawyer in Atlanta who runs The GigaLaw Firm, a solo practice specializing in representing companies in domain-name disputes and other areas of Internet law, attributes the ever-increasing number of disputes to the continued growth of companies doing business on the Web and the growing number of cyberscams.

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