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A new website listing all domain name disputes filled in WIPO and impressive statistics - DNDisputes

Labeled as news in Legal Discussion started by mems, Jul 11, 2017.

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  1. mems

    mems Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    DNDisputes.com, a new website listing all domain name disputes filled in WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization). You can find some impressive statistics listed on the site.

    www.dndisputes.com
     
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  2. UXela

    UXela Account Closed

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    nice! ...really nice!
    Thanks for the info.
     
  3. tonecas

    tonecas Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    very impresive website. I saw somehere that the UDRP lost by owners was at 85% and would even reach 9X% if we could consider the cases where the owner did not even reply but I can't find that reference...
     
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  5. jagankvel

    jagankvel Domain Business VIP

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    Awesome Website, excellent job,
     
  6. noonoo1

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    Definitely worth a bookmark!
     
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    Interesting website. Wow, the owner of Chatroulette seems to be having to file multiple UDRPs. It must be like Whac-a-Mole for him...
     
  9. Macit

    Macit Founder of dofo.com Gold Account

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    jberryhill Top Member John Berryhill, Ph.d., Esq. VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I've become an enthusiastic user of DNDisputes.com. Some of the statistical features are a little off, primarily because of the way that certain data is presented in the decisions themselves. For example, looking at the "Respondent Representative" stats:

    1. ESQwire.com Law Firm (171)
    2. John Berryhill (154)
    3. Gary Wayne Tucker (82)
    4. Traverse Legal, PLC (27)
    5. Steven Rinehart (17)
    6. Muscovitch Law P.C. (15)
    7. Lewis & Lin, LLC (15)
    8. Law.es (13)
    9. NameMedia, Inc. (12)
    10. The Muscovitch Law Firm (11)
    ...you can see that "Muscovitch Law P.C." and "The Muscovitch Law Firm" are captured as different entities, and then there are other cases where Zak is listed as "Zak Muscovitch".

    The site is really handy for the presiding panelist selection phase of three-member panel disputes, since you can more quickly get a handle on what sorts of cases various panelists have handled, using the structured search feature.
     
  11. Macit

    Macit Founder of dofo.com Gold Account

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    Thanks a lot for your comment and support @jberryhill.


    As I wrote in another post about DNDisputes:

    My plan was to finish this data correction several months ago but unfortunately I couldn't. Let me do this correction in a few days.


    Your page on DNDisputes seems very interesting (of course after combining all the data related to you):
    https://www.dndisputes.com/case/representative/john-berryhill/

    :)
     

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