Representation in Domain Disputes


Our law firm provides legal assistance to clients who face domain name disputes. Domain name disputes may arise when someone else registers a domain name that is identical or confusingly similar to your registered trademark or company name, or when someone uses your trademark or company name in a domain name without authorization.

Our lawyers have extensive experience in representing clients in domain disputes before the Ukrainian courts and the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) procedure. The UDRP procedure is a dispute resolution process for domain names that are registered with generic top-level domains (gTLDs) or country code top-level domain (ccTLD), like .ua. It is an administrative procedure that can be initiated by the owner of a trademark or other intellectual property rights that are being infringed by a domain name registration.


Our services in domain disputes

  • Advising clients on their rights and options in domain name disputes
  • Conducting legal research and analysis of the relevant law and facts
  • Drafting legal documents such as complaints, responses, and settlement agreements
  • Representing clients in court proceedings or in UDRP proceedings
  • Negotiating settlements with domain name registrants


We understand the importance of having a strong online presence for your business, and we are committed to protecting your intellectual property rights in the online space.

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