Law Firm's Arguments Are 'Not Enough' to Show Cybersquatting

In a decision finding premature a New York law firm's attempt to prove a computer programmer violated a cybersquatting law, a federal judge has laid out the standards of proof under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act. The law firm, which handles cybersquatting cases for its clients, discovered its own domain name was being imitated last year, the firm's founder said in an interview.

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