Registering a domain name that is similar to your company’s name and/or the products you’re selling is essential for your business. Therefore, what happens when someone registers a domain name that is the same or similar to your trademark and, as a result, leads your customers to their website instead of yours? This article addresses two potential scenario and responses to each scenario. The first response involves a party who registers a domain name in bad faith likely with the intention of selling you the domain (cybersquatting). The second response involves a party who registers a domain name that is the same or similar to your trademark but does not necessarily do so in bad faith.
Read the full article, "Someone Registered a Domain Name That Is the Same or Similar to My Trademark. What Do I Do?," by Josh Borger.