Domain law solicitors
Domain Law Solicitors
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It might take anything between an hour to four weeks to recover a stolen or a disputed domain name.
Domain names might commonly be stolen by business partners, co-directors, company employees and other business associates.
Whoever the thieves are, we are ready to step in within minutes of instructions, day or night, and immediately start with the challenging process of recovering your stolen domain name from anywhere in the world.
Our goal is to win you back your domain name in the speediest possible way, and to help you sail through the challenges that this process would have presented to you and to your business.
If all of a sudden you have woken up to find that the great website that is providing your business with thousands, hundreds of thousands, or perhaps millions of pounds has suddenly disappeared, you will need to act FAST.
Losing a domain name
There are many reasons for losing domain names, too many to list on one web page. You can find more in-depth information elsewhere on this website.
The most common reasons for losing a domain name are:
1. Failure to renew the domain name, which can happen all too easily for a variety of reasons.
2. Theft by a business partner/director or by an employee or an associate of the company who has de facto ownership of name.
When you lose your domain name, you also lose control over your email address and of other communication essentials.
Whilst matters are being resolved, an unscrupulous party may redirect web visitors to their own new website, steal your email, steal your customers and substantially harm your reputation.
We have experience in recovering domain names for businesses of different shapes and sizes. Our highly experienced lawyers and in-house DNS experts will track and recover your domain name faster than than anyone else in the UK. In the meantime we will ensure that your communication systems are being affected as little as possible.