Opinion: Should laches be a defence in UDRP proceedings?
The Hon Neil Brown QC argues that it is time to examine allowing a laches defence, among others, in the UDRP to make sure the result is always just
It is frequently said that laches is not a defence to
complaints brought under the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute
Resolution Policy (UDRP). Accordingly, a trade mark owner,
seeking to wrest the ownership of a domain name from a party
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