Cybersquatting refers to bad-faith registrations of existing trademarks as Internet domain names with the intention of reselling the latter at an inflated price. When well-known companies attempt to set up a website, it is not uncommon to find their trademarks registered by others as domain names. 

To prevent disruption to businesses and their reputation due to cybersquatting, our lawyers are well-placed to support you across a full range of legal and advisory services concerning domain dispute issues.