Use of a Competitor’s Trademark in a Domain Name

by Richard Newman
Posted on 25 April 2016. Cybersquatting is closely related to trademark infringement and trademark dilution. A person engages in cybersquatting when he/she registers, uses or sells an Internet domain name with the intent to profit from it either by ransoming the domain name back to the trademark owner or by using the domain name to divert business from the trademark owner.Read the full article