Domain names are a crucial aspect of a marketing strategy. This is highlighted by trade marks often being selected on the basis of both domain name and trade mark availability.


Certain types of domain names have particular eligibility requirements. This is the case with most commercial domain names having a country association.


Disputes over domain names are generally conducted through the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). These disputes often turn on registered trade marks and any bad faith demonstrated by the domain name owner.  We are able to refer you to solicitors specialising in domain name disputes.


AUDA: The Australian Domain Name Administrator

Info date: 28/10/2009

AUDA is the Australian domain name registrar.


Netregistry: An Australian Domain Name Provider

Info date: 28/10/2009

Netregistry is the Australian domain name provider.


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