You have been accused by threat letter, lawsuit or UDRP complaint of engaging in trademark cybersquatting. The penalties for cybersquatting can be serious. Statutory damages can be awarded under the Anti Cybersquatting Piracy Act (ACPA). A Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Arbitration could result in forcible transfer of your otherwise valuable domain name to the complainant.
An internet law attorney has sent you a trademark infringement and cybersquatting threat letter demanding that you immediately transfer the domain, identify other domains in your domain portfolio that may infringe the alleged trademark and potentially pay money damages in exchange for a release of liability. You need to know how to defend yourself against claims of cybersquatting and domain name trademark infringement.