[Webinar Replay] How to Dispute a .us Domain Name: Transferring and Suspending Domains Under the usDRP and the usRS

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Click above for a replay of the GigaLaw webinar, “How to Dispute a .us Domain Name: Transferring and Suspending Domains Under the usDRP and the usRS.” The webinar was originally presented on March 29, 2017.

In this webinar, Doug Isenberg of GigaLaw and Renee Fossen of FORUM provide information about the two dispute policies that are available to trademark owners under the .us country-code top-level domain (ccTLD): the usTLD Dispute Resolution Policy (“usDRP”) and the usTLD Rapid Suspension Dispute Policy (“usRS”).

The webinar provides an overview of the usDRP (which allows a trademark owner to seek the transfer or cancellation of a .us domain name) and the usRS (which allows a trademark owner to seek the temporary suspension of a .us domain name). The webinar discusses the substantive elements of these two policies and how they differ from the larger and more well-known Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) and Uniform Rapid Suspension System (URS). The webinar also explains how to file a usDRP or usRS complaint and explore some important decisions under these two policies.

Playing time is approximately one hour.

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