If you register a domain name incorporating someone else's trademark in bad faith, you could be liable for much more than trademark infringement under the Lanham Act.
In this Cybersquatting Law Radio Interview, Attorney John Di Giacomo discusses the passive holding of domain names and how it relates to bad faith registration, trademark infringement, cybersquatting and ways in which you can limit your risk.
Welcome to Cybersquatting Law Radio brought to you by Traverse Cybersquatting Law, internet lawyers specializing in domain name dispute resolutions and all other domaining issues.
Damien Allen: Good morning, and welcome to Cybersquatting Law Radio. My name is Damien Allen, and joining me today on the telephone is John Di Giacomo of Traverse Legal, PLC. Good morning and welcome to the program, John.
John Di Giacomo: Hi, Damien. Thanks for having me.