We analyze the current situation of your domain names through domain name audit consulting. We then provide comprehensive consulting regarding the expansion and maintenance of your domain name portfolio, efficient and cost effective protection and maintenance of your rights, permanent monitoring and management and the establishment of day to day domain name management operations.
We consider that domain names are an important marketing tool as well as an intellectual property. As such, we develop an effective policy for managing domain names as company resources in collaboration with you. By adopting the ‘Corporate Domain Name Management Model’ based on our unique know-how, we establish a basic policy, as well as a detailed policy on operations, with respect to domain name registration, maintenance, monitoring, management and operation system, and criteria for dealing with domain names acquired by a third party.
We provide consulting on the possibility and method of recovering domain names which have been registered by a third party.
In the case of filing arbitration procedures for resolving a domain name dispute, we evaluate the chances of winning the case after reviewing your complaint, the current registrant’s rights to the domain and the extent of infringement.
More specifically, we need to establish the following three elements for filing a dispute resolution procedure.
①The domain name is identical or confusingly similar to your trademark;
③The domain name has been registered and is being used in bad faith.
②The current registrant has no rights to or legitimate interests in the domain name; and
We aim to ensure that your complaint is backed up with conclusive evidence based on the conditions above.
If you become aware that a domain name containing your trademark has been inappropriately acquired by a third party or your rights are being infringed by a website, please feel free to consult with us.
We offer our customers in-company seminars on such topics as basic knowledge about domain names and how they can be used for effective marketing.
These seminars encourage employees other than the domain name supervisor or supervising department to have an awareness of the operations required for effective domain name management.