FAQ: Someone has registered my domain name - how do I go about domain name recovery?

What you do or don't do right at the start can affect the prospects of domain name recovery.

Things not to do include phoning the "cybersquatter" or firing off an angry email. One reason for this is that if you later need to undertake domain name dispute arbitration to recover your domain name, you will need certain evidence in support of your case. And, as any domain name lawyer knows, key information is often changed once a registrant knows that a domain name is in dispute. So it's important that the important evidence is preserved before any other domain name recovery steps are taken.

And once you have the evidence, then the communications to the registrant have to be correctly worded. If so, they can become important building blocks in your domain name recovery case.

How Adlex Solicitors can you help you domain name recovery...

... for a free initial chat and more information, contact Adam Taylor on +44 207 317 8404 or email.

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