Our company provides IT support and consulting, and many clients ask us questions that frequently extend outside our area of expertise. One such area – legal advice.
Dana Shultz is a bay area lawyer with an excellent track record helping small businesses (especially startups and entrepreneurs) protect their ideas, their vision, their strategy, and more.
His most recent blog post offers excellent advice about protecting your online identity from cyber-squatters (people that “steal” your trademarked company name or brand to blackmail you into buying it back).
Someone has obtained a domain name that is the same as, or confusingly similar to, a trademark or service mark that you own. How can you take the domain name from this “cybersquatter”?