Kronenberger Rosenfeld represents the range of trademark holders and alleged cybersquatters in ICANN UDRP domain name arbitrations. We have appeared in all the major forums (including the National Arbitration Forum and World Intellectual Property Organization). And we've battled over the spectrum of top-level domains, from .com to .uk. We bring that experience to bear in each and every ICANN arbitration that we handle.
Kronenberger Rosenfeld has succeeded in the hard cases, such as those on behalf of individuals seeking to seize domain names that infringe their common law trademark rights in their personal names. In one such case, we seized AnthonyQuinn.com on behalf of the Academy Award winner's estate after devising a creative process of proving the deceased actor's common law trademark rights in the Anthony Quinn name.
We've also succeeded against large and established trademark owners, such as Royal Caribbean, which attempted to unfairly leverage its size and brand against one of our clients, whose business depended on its use of a non-infringing domain name.
To learn more details about Kronenberger Rosenfeld's broad experience in the area of ICANN UDRP domain name arbitrations, submit your case using our online case submission form, or call us at (415) 955-1155, ext. 120.
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