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Stacey H. King

Attorney & Professor
Joined on June 14, 2003
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Stacey H. King is an attorney with Howrey Simon Arnold & White, LLP’s Washington, D.C. office and an adjunct professor of trademark law and unfair competition at The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law. She is primarily responsible for issues involving trademark and copyright litigation and prosecution, domain name disputes and issues related to the Internet. Stacey has published articles on the UDRP and on database protections, and has conducted a wide range of research with regards to copyright, trademark, computer law and the Internet, electronic commerce, privacy, free speech and the Internet, UCC, licensing, and commercial transactions. Views expressed here do not necessarily represent the views of Howrey Simon Arnold & White, LLP.

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If It Walks Like A Duck And Quacks Like A Duck It’s Probably A…?

It is time to revisit the old question regarding whether or not a domain name is actually 'property' and what this means to domain name registrants, registrations, ISPs and ICANN itself. What type of rights does a domain name confer? What responsibilities will the act of registering domain names suddenly bestow? more

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DNSDomain NamesInternet ProtocolDomain ManagementCybercrimeICANN

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