Has the UDRP broadened trademark owners' rights?

A study published in June last year highlights various features of
the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy that appear to favour trademark
holders. Theo Savvides and Miles Ingrey-Counter of Osborne Clarke discuss whether
the conclusions of the study are justified, focusing on the issues of respondent
defaults, the use of precedents, panellist discretion and the nebulous concept
of bad-faith domain name registration.

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