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Disputes Within and Outside the Scope of the Policy

The Policy is tailored for cybersquatting disputes. Other disputes are outside the scope of the Policy, but within the scope panelists should be consistent in their reasoning of the issues. Panelists’ general view formed early in UDRP the jurisprudence is that the UDRP should not be a roulette wheel. It “should consist of more than, […]

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False Memoirs and Other Misbehavior

Co-Author Gerald M. Levine What better to start the New Year than with grimy tales about authors, literary agents and publishers? It cannot truthfully be said that in the annuls of publishing there has not been false memoirs and other misbehavior including deliberate misrepresentations, breaches of contract and “extraordinary” fraud. One such (you may remember […]

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Hidden Perils of Publishing Contracts

Co-author Gerald M. Levine There are a number of hidden perils of publishing contracts that are essentially terms to control the licensed property. Authors should not fixate on the myth of “standard” terms, but there are terms that publishers are adamant about that may have to be adjusted to accommodate particular circumstances. One such term […]

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