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Is there a database that I can search past UDRP disputes but search by attorney ? I am looking to hire an attorney but want to research past performance. Any insight would be appreciated how I go about my task as I dont know anything about domains or attorneys or representing in this area..

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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...

Comment #1

Sites like WIPO and possibly NAF etc offer a full text search feature. You should be able to search on lawyer names...

Comment #2

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.

Cheers.

Liquid..

Comment #3

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 ?

Comment #4

There are plenty of them. The official, and the most complete can be found on Search WIPO Cases and WIPO Panel Decisions..

Comment #5

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...

Comment #6

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.

Or.

Site:wipo.int 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:.

Site:wipo.int/amc/en/domains/decisions/html Berryhill.

For the Word docs try this:.

Site:wipo.int/amc/en/domains/decisions/word Berryhill.

Hope that helps...

Comment #7

Lol, good one.... I hate spam too, lol.

Cheers.

Liquid..

Comment #8

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...

Comment #9


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