EURid has announced the promotional fee for disputing .eu and .ÐµÑ domain names will remain at â¬1,000 for 2018. The fee covers Alternative Dispute Resolution cases for EURid’s top level domains lodged both bodies able to hear disputes – the Czech Arbitration Court (CAC) and the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO Center).
The â¬1,000 discount applies to all complaints filed, irrespective of the number of domain names disputed and panel type requested.
For more information about the ADR Schedule of fees, see the CAC or the WIPO Center.
If you want to dispute a .eu or .ÐµÑ domain name registration and believe that you have a prior right (within the EU or EEA) to the domain name (e.g. you hold a trademark, trade name, company name, family name, etc) and the current holder has registered or uses the domain name in bad faith, you can challenge its registration by initiating an ADR procedure in accordance with the ADR rules.