UDRP: should laches be a defence?
A UDRP dispute arising 12 years after the respondent registered its domain has highlighted the division between panellists over the defence of laches
In Libertad Servicios Financieros v Telepathy on January 10, Gabriela Kennedy said she would not consider the long delay since the domain’s registration in 1999 as a defence for the respondent.
In his dissenting opinion, Neil Brown QC said...
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