Notices from domain name panelists, counsel, industry commentators, and domain name specialists.

Book Review: Domain Name Arbitration by Gerald Levine (Zak Muscovitch)
I have long admired Gerald’s work from afar, reading his commentaries on his website,, and recently I had the opportunity to ask him a few questions.  Go to (Howard Neu)
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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.”

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 PanelistDomain 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

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John Berryhill, J.D., Ph.D, Comment on “[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.”

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