Cybersquatting & Domain Dispute Lawyer Attorney Law Firm - Protect Your Trademarks & Domain Names From Cybersquatters

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Cybersquatting on the internet is always in flux. Typosquating is one form of cyber-squatting that continues to get worse. An attack on brand on the internet must be addressed or your trademark rights may suffer.

What is the best resource for me to understand domain name law before I contact an attorney? This site is great. Should I be looking at anything else?

Is internet cybersquatting getting better or worse? Stolen domain names seem to be increasing in frequency...

What is the first step to recover a stolen domain name? Is it a threat letter, cease and desist letter or right to a UDRP lawyer?

It all starts, and ends for that matter, with the trademark. While a trademark registration with the USPTO is not required, it makes asserting claims of cybersquatting and trademark infringement that much stronger and easier.

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