Is Nominative Fair Use of Domain Names OK For a Business That Is Related to a Brand?

By Steve Levy Many of you are familiar with the topic of nominative fair use in domain names. This can often occur when a non-commercial use is made ...
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Happy Holidays!

’Tis the season to not only be jolly but thankful, as well. FairWinds Partners has had an extremely busy, but exciting year, and we are now counting our ...
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The Changing Landscape of Brand Protection in 2014

As 2014 draws to a close, I look back on the monumental changes that have happened in the domain name space and in brand protection over the past ...
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Sometimes Doing Nothing Means Everything

I’ve won many UDRP cases where the disputed domain name fails to resolve to any website or other content. This is often called “passive holding” and it can ...
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The Latest on GAC Advice

Yvette Miller —  October 4, 2013  ICANN is now allowing applicants for generic-termed top-level domains (TLDs) – unbranded extensions such as .MUSIC or .SHOP – to move forward ...
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