Domain names, once registered, are the private property of the registrant. In other words, domain name
registrants are owners of domain name property, and this property can be stolen or misappropriated
just like any other type of property.
Kronenberger Rosenfeld has represented parties in multiple types of domain theft cases, and we have taken legal action both against domain name thieves and against registrars that were either complicit or negligent. We have also litigated various types of partnership disputes involving domain names.
Feel free to submit your domain name theft or misappropriation matter to our domain name theft attorneys using our online case submission form , or you may also call us at 415-955-1155, ext. 120.
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