Member event - Redcliffe Partners: Win impossible to lose. UDRP Domain Names Disputes

  • 08.12.2020
  • 15:30

Date: 8 December 2020

Time: 15:30 – 17:00 (Ukrainian time)

Online event in ZOOM.

Languages of the webinar: Ukrainian, Russian.

We invite you to attend the webinar where you will be provided with exclusive information from two practising domain names disputes Arbitrators of the World Intellectual Property Organization’s Arbitration and Mediation Center.


  • Maria Koval
    Counsel, Head of the IP practice at Redcliffe Partners
    WIPO domain names disputes Arbitrator
    Topic of the report: What exactly must be proved to win a domain name dispute under the UDRP procedure regarding domains in .ua и zones? Important nuances of proof in domain names disputes
  • Olga Zalomiy
    Practising IP Attorney in California and New York states
    WIPO domain names disputes Arbitrator

Topic of the report: The most common mistakes made by parties in UDPR domain names disputes and how to avoid them

Speakers will share:

  • What you need to know before filing a complaint with the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center under the UDRP procedure?
  • Is the content of the website associated with a domain name relevant in determining identity or confusing similarity?
  • What is the identity or similarity test of the first element?
  • How do arbitrators assess the defendant’s lack of rights or legitimate interests regarding the domain name?
  • How can the complainant prove the defendant’s bad faith, and how can the defendant prove otherwise?
  • What the parties to domain names disputes do wrong: those mistakes the price of which is loss of the domain name:

– Mistakes made by complainants
– Mistakes made by defendants
– Effective arguments in the defence of a defendant

  • Does a respondent’s default/failure to respond to the complainant’s contentions automatically result in the complaint succeeding?

Participation is free of charge with prior registration, following which, closer to the event, you will receive a link to access the webinar. The number of attendees is limited.



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