Re: [ga] Re: Weikers position on UDRP
Louise Ferguson wrote:
> Agreed. But there is nothing in the rules or regs that I know of providing
> for such a possible court of action in situations of 'size of the case',
> only where the complaint is deemed inappropriate for UDRP in terms of it
> being a commercial conflict (and in any case the document pack is
> to the panellist weeks after the complaint is formally accepted by WIPO).
> Again, I really think there needs to be a filter mechanism before the case
> goes to a panellist.
> For a case to get a panellist hearing the complainant only has to
> a) write a cheque for $1,500
> b) provide a name, address and e-mail
> c) write a complaint making a claim under the 3 criteria (could be 1/2
> and then cut and paste the 'formal stuff').
one wishes the process does not exclude legimate claims of poorer companies
in developing countries by the requirement of a check. Does the model of a
"court appointed lawyer" help in this situation ie. under what circumstances
would WIPO accept the complaint even when there is no check provided?
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