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  • Leaving a bad taste

    October 01, 2006

    Many IP owners have got to grips with cybersquatters and learnt how to make the most of dispute resolution procedures to reclaim their rights. But a growing piracy phenomenon could see them spending far more time and money challenging infringing domains. Emma Barraclough reports

  • Navigate the domain name maze

    October 01, 2006

    Do you know a DNS from a DIG? What's the difference between a domainer and a typosquatter? If you want to protect your brands on the internet, then you need to know the answers to questions such as these. Nick Wood and Michael Murphy provide an A to Z guide to domain name jargon

  • From sunrise to sunset

    October 01, 2006

    The launch of .eu has led to more than 2 million people and businesses registering new domain names in Europe. Detailed rules were put in place to protect IP owners, so James Nurton asks: what lessons can future domain name registries learn from the .eu experience?

  • See y'all real soon!

    October 01, 2006

    When it comes to litigation, the Eastern District of Texas is met with open arms by plaintiffs and trepidation by defendants. While statistics reveal it favours plaintiffs, there are merits for both sides in bringing their cases to the country's latest rocket docket. By Shahnaz Mahmud

  • Why eDiscovery rules will change the litigation game

    October 01, 2006

    New rules on electronic discovery are set to come into force in the US in December, and will have a significant impact on document-intensive IP litigation. Adam Kessel provides a guide to the rules and explains why your electronic documents may reveal more information than you think

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