Frequently Asked Questions - Strawman Model - Abused Labels
You can upload additional documentary evidence such as annexes to the case.
Abused labels in which the trademark is simply included could be submitted to the Clearinghouse as long as they meet all the eligibility requirements which will be published on the website of the Clearinghouse as soon are they are final.
No, there will be different prices made available for a UDRP case and a court case.
Yes, there will be a possibility to correct the provided information if the information is deemed incorrect.
The verification agents of the Clearinghouse will verify that (1) the name of the trademark included in the trademark record matches the name of the trademark in the case, (2) the registration/reference number provided in the trademark record matches the registration/reference number of the trademark mentioned in the case, (3) the jurisdiction/country of protection in the trademark record matches the jurisdiction/country of protection of the trademark mentioned in the case and (4) the abused labels provided in the Clearinghouse matches the abused labels mentioned in the case.
You will have to provide the name of the name of the court, the reference number of the court case, the language of the court case, a copy of the court case and the abused labels.
You will have to provide the name of the ICANN accredited Service provider that rendered the decision, the reference number of the UDRP case, the language of the UDRP case and the abused labels.
Yes, the court that has rendered the decision about the abused label(s) will have to be a national court.
Yes, the UDRP case must have been rendered by an ICANN approved service provider.
No, you will be able to add labels included in different court decisions and/or UDRP case with a maximum of 50 labels in total per trademark record.
The abused labels will not be included in the SMD file for sunrise but you will receive claims notification in relation to these abused labels.
You will be able to add up to 50 abused labels per trademark record. These abused labels may be added on the basis of the UDRP case or court cases.