GigaLaw Daily News:
- Average Cost of Data Breach Rises to $3.8 Million
- U.S. Says Supreme Court Shouldn’t Hear Java Case
- IRS Says Thieves Gained Online Access to Taxpayer Info
- Supreme Court Rules Against Cisco in Wireless Patent Case
- Twitter Suspends User for Threatening Civil Rights Activist
- European Regulators Increasingly Focus on Facebook
- Judge in Italy Says Uber Creates ‘Unfair Competition’
- Obama’s New Twitter Account Attracts Racial Slurs
‘An international authority on Internet law’
That’s what The Atlanta Business Chronicle called Doug Isenberg, founder of The GigaLaw Firm.
An attorney, entrepreneur, author, professor and domain name arbitrator, Doug helps companies of all sizes protect their brands on the Internet.
Reclaim Your Domain; Retake Your Territory
The GigaLaw Firm uses a variety of legal tools to protect its clients against cybersquatters, infringers and other bad actors on the Internet:
The Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) has been called by Corporate Counsel magazine “the preferred option for most trademark owners” for resolving domain name disputes.
The Uniform Rapid Suspension System (URS) is a new dispute policy that enables trademark owners to get a new gTLD (generic top-level domain name) suspended quickly and inexpensively.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a useful tool for brand owners to help get their content — including text and images — taken down from infringing websites.