We represent both domain name registrants and trademark owners in connection with Domain Name Disputes. Since 1999, we have represented hundreds of clients all over the world in Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) Complaints before the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the National Arbitration Forum (NAF), the Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre (ADNDRC), and in Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) arbitrations before the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre (BCICAC) and Resolution Canada, as well as other online arbitration service providers.

We are recognized by domain name arbitrators as preparing the very best quality arguments and briefs so that our client's cases are presented as effectively as possible.

In addition to online arbitration, we act for clients in connection with court proceedings before the Superior Court of Justice, the Federal Court, and have an extensive international network of co-counsel that can assist in representing clients all over the world under our guidance and direction.

If you are a trademark holder, we are able to provide you with unparalleled expertise in representing your interests wherever necessary.

If you are a domain name registrant, you will need an experienced domain name attorney to assist you in defending your valuable domain name in as inexpensively as possible while providing a robust quality defense, as only a good domain name attorney can provide.

Whether it is an ICANN Complaint or Response, we have prepared countless domain name dispute cases for hearing and have an enviable record of success in the most difficult of cases. Whether you are in Canada, the United States, England, Belgium, China, Japan, Australia, Africa, South America, or any other country, we can represent your interests, even where the disputed domain name is a ccTLD (country code domain name) and involves highly specialized rules of procedure. - The Leader in Domain Name Law