Celebrity Domain Name Disputes

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Celebrity Domain Name Disputes
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Celebrity Domain Name Disputes says
Sports and Entertainment Law CLE

Not all celebrities are forward-thinking enough to register their name as a domain name and set up their own website. Some celebrities have found themselves in the limelight, only to then discover that someone else has already registered their name as a domain name—and are holding it for ransom, or worse, using it in such a way that “legitimizes” the use, making it nearly impossible to get back. This lunch seminar will discuss the ICANN Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP arbitrations), detail some of the landmark celebrity domain name arbitrations, and what to do if a third party has registered your client’s name as a domain name.

One CLE credit has been applied for.

$15 for Section Members, $20 for Non-Section Members, $10 for Students and $30 for
Non-CBA Members

To RSVP for the Luncheon:
Call 303.860.1115, x727, online, or register by e-mail to mailto:lunches@cobar.org
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By: Colorado Bar Association