United Kingdom: Only a few days left to take advantage of the priority registration period for the extension!

It was originally not possible in the United Kingdom, to register a <.uk> domain name, and only third-level extensions existed, such as <>. However, the extension in <.uk> became the official ccTLD of the United and became available for reservation … Read More

The revised trademarks law in the Caymans Island

Starting August 1, 2017, the Caymans Island have implemented new dispositions in trademarks law, following the implementation of the Trade Marks Law 2016. This new law was expected, and repeals the old law – The Patents and Trade Marks Law … Read More

Dot brand: they are increasingly adhering

Dot brands are on a roll (2017 – continuation of blog article – New extensions: could the .brand  interest you?) Domain names: status of the <.brand> in 2017 In June 2011, the ICANN launched the new gTLDs program in order to … Read More

Increased liability for registrars

Registrars’ liability Registrars and registries play an important role in operating domain names. Even though they do not register domain names maliciously and with intent to cause prejudice to a trademark, they nevertheless are not required to review registration applications … Read More

New Trademark law in the Cayman Islands: know your rights!

A new law will be passed soon in the Cayman Islands making it mandatory to file a trademark registration application with the Cayman Islands Intellectual Property Office (CIIPO). A significant change in the trademark law of the Cayman Islands Previously, … Read More