Re: Implied trademark
« Reply #5 on: Jun 14th, 2007, 10:17pm »
The provisions you posted above is for the UDRP. The UDRP is essentially used
to handle cybersquatting cases, although more and more parties are beginning
to see the benefits of using this to handle their respective domain - trademark
infringement disputes over going to Court.
However, the only things it does are to transfer or cancel the domain name in
dispute, or deny the two actions mentioned above. And it's not a "law", it's an
administrative procedure that's incorporated into your registrar's contract you
agree to prior to signing up with them.
Bottom line is, your beef is a civil matter that can only be resolved thru Court.
Disputes happen daily, that's what they're there for.