Channel Islands Domain Dispute UDRP
CIDD provides Arbitration Services generally and a Domain Dispute resolution services to a number of ccTLD registries and is currently negotiating with other ccTLD registries in order to provide domain dispute resolution services to those registries. Languages of Arbitrators vary but currently arbitrations can be accepted in English, French, Chinese and Russian languages.
In order to challenge ownership of a domain, it is necessary to either use the Domain Dispute service or to go to Court.
What is our experience?
We are providers of mediation and arbitration in relation to European issues of Communications, Information, Internet, Intellectual Property and related fields. All of our providers are qualified as barristers or solicitors or avocats or lawyers in relevant European jurisdictions.
In relation to Domain Disputes, we act for 6 Internet registries handling disputes over names and most are confidential although two of the Registries openly advertise our service and both utilise a variant of Scheme 1.
.GG – The Guernsey registry uses a variant of Scheme 1.
.JE – The Jersey registry uses a variant of Scheme 1.
No monies are received by the Registries for their handling of the service and the Dispute Fee purely pays for the costs of the arbitration.
Providing cost-effective, IT-enabled and private resolution of disputes across the entire communications industry, we provide an alternative means of solving communications disputes which fall outside the remit of the industry regulators and where the choice is to provide ADR as the alternative to the expensive route of litigation, a route that can be drawn out and damaging for all parties due to high legal costs, tying up of valuable internal expert resources, publication of sensitive company data and the unwanted media interest. We provide a cost effective, quick, independent and impartial access to mediation and adjudication service to ensure fair dealing within the entire Internet and Communications industry.
Most of our clients choose to keep their relationship with us a confidential matter and to also keep our decisions confidential, this is particularly true of the Private Client Dispute Arbitration Service.
Domain Dispute services are published and decisions are not subject to confidentiality.
Submissions are private to the parties and may only be used and referred to in respect of the Domain Dispute in question.
We act for 6 Internet registries handling disputes over names and most are confidential although two of the Registries openly advertise our service and both utilise a variant of Scheme 1.