In the trademark world, the high sunrise fees charged by the registries behind the ‘.sucks’ and ‘.feedback’ gTLDs have been one of the talking points of 2015. While trademark owners lament the potentially budget-busting annual registration fees being charged in sunrise, the registries themselves stress value for money and the desire to create a platform for valid criticism. But is it a case of 'never the twain shall meet' or is the reality more nuanced? On the latest World Trademark Review podcast we seek to find out.

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