Publications

Published Works

No UDRP remedy for failure to renew

Partner David Taylor and senior associate Aissatou Sylla has authored an article titled: "No UDRP remedy for failure to renew", published in World Trademark Review.

Hogan Lovells Publications

Analyzing the impact of the EU GDPR on access to WHOIS data, one year on

During the 2019 International Trademark Association Annual Meeting, a panel was held on the EU General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) and the temporary removal of data for the WHOIS...

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Beating head against the wall - UDRP panel finds reverse domain name hijacking of 'deskwall.com'

This publication was written and co-authored by Partner, David Taylor and Associate, Maria Rozylo.

Published Works

Beware of RDNH: UDRP panel finds that complainant deliberately filed complaint without proper basis

This publication was written and co-authored by Partner, David Taylor and Associate, Ying Lou.

Published Works

UDRP panel finds that respondent had competing legitimate interests - but dissenting panellist disagrees

This publication was written and co-authored by Partner, David Taylor and Associate, Soraya Camayd.

Published Works

Three-member panel refuses to transfer domain name consisting of complainant's mark - but one panellist dissents

David Taylor and Maria Rozylo contributed an article to World Trademark Review titled Three-member panel refuses to transfer domain name consisting of complainant's mark - but one panellist ...

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'.ng' registrations on the up, but government agency urges cyber patriotism

David Taylor and Tony Vitali contributed an article to World Trademark Review titled '.ng' registrations on the up, but government agency urges cyber patriotism.

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UDRP panel finds RDNH; complainants should disclose all prior dealings with respondent

David Taylor and Soraya Camayd contributed an article to World Trademark Review titled UDRP panel finds RDNH; complainants should disclose all prior dealings with respondent.

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