Gerald M. Levine

Gerald M. Levine

Intellectual Property, Arbitrator/Mediator at Levine Samuel LLP
Joined on March 9, 2016
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About

Gerald M. Levine is an attorney practicing in New York City. He is the managing partner of Levine Samuel, LLP, a boutique law firm concentrating on trademark and domain name law.  Details about his background and the firm can be found on the Firm’s website at iplegalcorner.com.

Mr. Levine has a litigation and counseling practice representing clients in Intellectual Property rights and rights management as well as a diverse range of legal and business matters in the fields of publishing and copyright (representing authors) and trademark and brand counseling as it relates to the intersection of trademarks and domain names. He is on the panel of neutral arbitrators for the American Arbitration Association for commercial and IP disputes; for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). For disputes under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy, he is a Panelist on the Forum Roster of Neutrals, the Czech Arbitration Court (CAC), and the Canadian International Internet Dispute Resolution Centre (CIIDRC)

He is the author of a treatise on Trademarks, Domain Names, and Cybersquatting, Domain Name Arbitration: A Practical Guide to Asserting and Defending Claims of Cybersquatting. A forthcoming book of essays, Clash of Trademarks and Domain Names on the Internet is scheduled for publication Spring 2022. A Second Edition of the treatise was published September 2019 and is available from Amazon or from the publisher, Legal Corner Press (LCP).

For inquiries to LCP write to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or Mr. Levine at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or by telephone at 917.325.2852.

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2018 - Nov 16 on Verisign's Attempt to Increase its Fees Still Unjustified Despite Diversionary Tactic
2018 - Nov 01 on Good Faith and Abusive Registration of Domain Names
2018 - Sep 27 on Undone! Failure of Persuasion in UDRP Proceedings
2018 - Sep 26 on Undone! Failure of Persuasion in UDRP Proceedings
2018 - Sep 26 on Undone! Failure of Persuasion in UDRP Proceedings
2018 - Jan 15 on In Memoriam: UDRPsearch.com
2017 - Dec 14 on Why UDRP Panelists Must Follow the Policy: A Look at the Devex.org Decision
2017 - Dec 05 on Artful Misrepresentations of UDRP Jurisprudence
2017 - Nov 19 on UDRPs Filed - Brand Owners Take Note
2017 - Nov 02 on Reverse Domain Hijacking Where Complainant Knew but Did Not Disclose Geographic Significance of Mark
2017 - Oct 11 on Trademark Rights Paramount to Contract Rights for Domain Names
2017 - Jul 14 on After 21 Years, Actor David Duchovny Wins His Domain Name
2017 - Jun 15 on Why the Record Number of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking UDRP Filings in 2016?
2017 - May 09 on Commodifying Words and Letters in the .Com Space
2017 - Apr 03 on Passive Holding of Domain Names and the Argument for Bad Faith or Forfeiture
2017 - Jan 06 on Using Domain Name Privacy/Proxy Services Lawfully or to Hide Contact Information and Identity
2016 - Dec 30 on Using Domain Name Privacy/Proxy Services Lawfully or to Hide Contact Information and Identity
2016 - Dec 30 on Using Domain Name Privacy/Proxy Services Lawfully or to Hide Contact Information and Identity
2016 - Dec 04 on Excessive Offers to Sell Domain Names: Evidence of Bad Faith or Bona Fide Business Practice?
2016 - Oct 14 on When 'Confusing Similarity' in UDRP Cases Gets Confusing
2016 - Aug 02 on TMCH Review Recommends Status Quo
2016 - Apr 26 on Even Lawyers Have Domain Name Problems
2016 - Apr 05 on Transfers of Domain Names Contemporaneous with Complaint: Cyberflight?