Notices from domain name panelists, counsel, industry commentators, and domain name specialists.
DNattorney.com (Zak Muscovitch)
I have long admired Gerald’s work from afar, reading his commentaries on his website, IPLegalCorner.com, and recently I had the opportunity to ask him a few questions. Go to http://blog.dnattorney.com/2016/01/namescon-2016-session-2015-domain-legal.html
Neusnews.com (Howard Neu)
Republished notice from Dnattorney.com,http://neusnews.com/
Also comments: “Gerald Levine’s UDRP Book a ‘Must’ for all litigators…. I have read and used Gerald Levine’s book, which I consider the “bible” for UDRP Litigation.”
Likelihood of Confusion (Ron Coleman, Archer and Greiner, PC) “seems destined to become the standard work on the topic.” http://linkis.com/com/Wmrpw
If you practice #trademark law and but you’re not following @gmlevine, stop kidding yourself. And alert your carrier. Likelihood of Confusion (Ron Coleman, Esq.)
To put it short: with this book, you are setting a new benchmark. Extremely helpful and a required reading for every UDRP user.
Doug Isenberg, Domain Name Attorney and UDRP Panelist: Domain Name Arbitration is “an important, thorough and incredibly helpful guide for navigating the UDRP.” See online interview at
Michael Berkens, Esq. Right of the Dot and TheDomains.com:
John Berryhill, J.D., Ph.D, Comment on TheDomains.com: “[I] have been a big fan of his UDRP commentaries blog for years. He is the most insightful commentator on the UDRP, bar none…. Got my copy last week, and I am already using it.”