Domain Name Dispute Attorney - Cybersquatting Lawyer - UDRP
WESTERN IP LAW CAN HELP YOU SEIZE A DOMAIN NAME WHICH SHOULD RIGHTFULLY BELONG TO YOU
We may be able to help you seize a domain name in which you have rights by filing an ICANN UDRP arbitration action. Call us now at: (801) 347-5173, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
STEVEN L. RINEHART, ESQ.
Steven L. Rinehart focuses much of his practice on Internet domain name disputes. No matter where in the U.S. or world you are located, Steve can help you file a UDRP complaint to seize an Internet domain which rightfully should belong to you, or defend you in an action wrongfully initiated by another. He has been featured in ECT News andAssociated Press, and is one of the few litigators to offer contingency representation to all new UDRP clients. Please call him at: (801) 347-5173 for a free consultation, or email him. For a list of represented clients click here.
STATISTICS AND FACTS
|* In 2007, 78.8% of the 6,548 UDRP Arbitration complaints filed resulted in the complainant (the filer), gaining control of the domain name in dispute. Figures are similar in 2012.|
|* In addition to our fees shown above, ICANN charges a $1,300 filing fee to initiate an arbitration proceeding (single member panel).|
|* In more egregious situations, we may also be able to file a federal lawsuit seeking damages for cyber-piracy, cybersquatting, trademark infringement, and unfair business practices.|
|ICANN UDRP Arbitration Complaint/Answer(QCP, CEDRP):||$3,200|
Contingency Fee Option (payable upon success):