I think any of the domain lawyers posted in the sticky here would be good. The problem is grabbing their attention. I contacted 3 via their websites, and not one replied...
Sites like WIPO and possibly NAF etc offer a full text search feature. You should be able to search on lawyer names...
If you want to hire THE rockstar when it comes to domain law just contact John Beryhill (John Berryhill), he is a member here but don't bother to PM him, just email him (this is what he is saying in his sig) :-).
(btw John, you need a website overhaul!!) lol.
I have been on both NAF and WIPO sites. I do not see a search tool by Attorney Name. Am I looking at the right spot or does this tool not exist ?
There are plenty of them. The official, and the most complete can be found on Search WIPO Cases and WIPO Panel Decisions..
Yah, right... just after I finish picking through all of my unread email... I'm down to about 1,500 at the moment. You will find that most have telephone numbers...
A great way to find things on most any site is to use the Google "site" option. For example type this into the Google search box:.
Site:wipo.int John Berryhill.
It will pick up stuff besides WIPO decisions, but filtering for that should be obvious.
In the Google return results you will see urls like: http://www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains/d...d2009-0025.doc.
(note the ... indicates a shortened URL that breaks). The "decisions" part of the URL is a clear indication that it is a decision.
If you want to narrow it to the html results try this:.
For the Word docs try this:.
Hope that helps...
Lol, good one.... I hate spam too, lol.
I'm thinking of hiring someone to pick through my email manually. I tried some spam filters, but that gets really tricky when you have clients with adult-themed domain names in legitimate email messages...