Domain Dispute Complaint Contact Form

Your Personal Contact Information

Kain & Associates needs this information for the reasons explained below.

We keep this information confidential for a limited time and for a limited purpose as explained below.

Domain in Dispute

We need the following information about your Domain in Dispute. Our firm uses this Defend My Domain data collection service to understand the scope and nature of your legal problem.

Please type in the Domain in Dispute: (required)

Please copy and paste or type in the hyperlink to the web site for the disputed domain:

Please tell us who owns the Domain in Dispute by copying and pasting the ownership data from the WhoIs records.  Click here for more information about Who Is records.


Trademark in Dispute

Please tell us about the trademark in dispute and either your trademark rights or the opposing party’s trademark rights. Please type the trademark here: (required)

Please copy and paste or type in the hyperlink to the web site showing the trademark in dispute.

Please describe the goods or services which are used or associated with the trademark in dispute.  If the trademark is registered, go here.

If you own the trademark, when did you first use the trademark to sell your goods or services. If trademark in dispute is registered, go here.


Registered Trademark Information

If the trademark in dispute is registered, or the trademark in dispute is subject to a trademark application, please tell us.

The trademark registration number is
The trademark application number is

What is Your Domain Dispute About

Please briefly explain your domain dispute.

Thank You for Your Inquiry

We need the requested information to determine whether we can assist you in this potential legal domain dispute. We also need this information to determine whether your matter conflicts with any other Kain & Associates client or other client matter.

What We Do with the Information

We, at Kain & Associates, will:

1. Keep your inquiry confidential until we: (i) determine that your matter does not conflict with other clients or other client matters; (ii) send you our engagement letter; or (iii) send you an email refusing your request that we represent you. Please remember that our engagement does not begin and we do not formally represent you until (a) we send you a confirmation email indicating there are no conflicts and that we can handle your case; (b) you electronically sign or agree to our engagement letter; and (c) you send us the retainer fee (usually by credit card).

2. Use your information to determine whether we have a conflict with your proposed legal matter and any current client of our firm, Kain & Associates, or former matter handled by our firm. For more information about conflicts, please click here.

After you agree and accept our engagement letter with your electronic email approval or reply and you send us the requested retainer (usually by credit card), we plan to use the information collected above in the domain dispute. When we file your UDRP papers, the information you have given us is no longer confidential.

If you do not retain our firm, or if we decide not to represent you in this domain dispute, we will destroy the information collected above within 10 business days after you send us the information.