Nominet, the company responsible for running the .UK namespace, has today released the 2016 annual summary of domain name disputes brought before its award-winning Dispute Resolution Service (DRS), which allows .UK disputes to be settled efficiently and cost-effectively.
A total of 703 complaints relating to 785 domains were made in 2016 and over half of the complaints resulted in a domain transfer. 2016 also saw a 10% increase in the number of summary decisions made by DRS independent Experts, who support the DRS by giving their time and professional expertise to help resolve disputes when needed.
Nominet’s full report can be found here.
Demys’ Chief Executive, Andrew DS Lothian and Tim Brown, Director of Brand Protection, both act as Experts for Nominet’s DRS.