Trevor Little

In the second World Trademark Review podcast we talk to Nick Nikiforakis, co-author of a groundbreaking new study into the rise of online typosquatting abuse. We talk about the scale of the typosquatting problem, what trademark owners can do to minimise the damage to their brands and the effect that new gTLDs could have on typosquatting trends.

Earlier this month, we launched or first podcast, speaking to J Scott Evans, president of the International Trademark Association, about all things brand - spanning new gTLDs, 3D printing, plain packaging for tobacco products and the need for the trademark community to accentuate the positive. For our second podcast we have drilled into one specific area of focus for trademark counsel, getting the inside track on a new report on online abuse, entitled ‘Seven Months’ Worth of Mistakes: A Longitudinal Study of Typosquatting Abuse’.

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