The following TMT precedent Produced in partnership with Chris Haywood of Ashfords provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
Rights in the domain name
According to [a WHOIS search conducted on [date of Nominet WHOIS search] OR Nominet’s response to a data release request as attached as [insert details of attachment]], the domain name [insert domain name] (Domain Name) is registered to the Respondent. The results of the search are attached as [insert details of attachment] to this Complaint.
The Complainant is the owner of [insert details of trade marks, domain names, brand names, contractual rights, personal names etc] (Rights). Further details of these Rights are set out below.
Registered trade marks
The Complainant is the registered owner of the following trade marks in respect of the goods and services listed below:
[Trade mark #1], registered on [insert date of registration] in [insert territory] with registration number [insert number] in respect of [list goods/services] in classes [insert classes] (Trade mark 1);
[Trade mark #2], registered on [insert date of domain name registration] in [insert territory] with registration number [insert number] in respect of [list goods/services] in classes [insert classes] (Trade mark 2).
Together the trade marks listed in paragraph 1.1 shall be referred to as the Trade marks. Further particulars of the Trade marks are attached to this Complaint as [insert details of the attachment].
The Complainant’s business was founded on [insert date] under the name [insert details of the name] (Name). Since that
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