Elliot Silver has some good advice (and names):
Elliot's Blog (blog)
Most people who invest in domain names probably hope that they never need to use the services of a good domain name lawyer. I think the perception may be that if you have to hire a lawyer for something, it probably means you did something bad or ...(read more at link above)
Domain Registrar Name.com Suffers Data Breach
If you've encountered online scams before, you know that any email that addresses you by name, continues into a form letter and gives you a link to change your password stinks to high heaven. Imagine, then, how surprised Name.com customers must have ...
Moniker.com and Name.com Respond to Hack Claims
Domain Name News
Wednesday DNN ran an article about a purported hack of several domain name registrars by HTP (Hack the Planet). While HTP claimed that the hosting company Linode.com was the intended target, the group also claimed they were able to hack in to ...
Legal essentials for doing business online | Online business - The Age
Your domain name is the web address you will be using to trade online (also called a URL, or uniform resource locator). This usually incorporates your business name in some way. If you buy adomain name or build your own website, it could take the form ...
A look at micro TLDs
Domain Name Wire
A recent news announcement from sponsor Universal Postal Union says that 30 counties have joined a steering committee for .post, but then says that only “several countries have registered for their own sponsored top-level domain name”. The Universal ...
Trademark Owners Should Record with ICANN's Trademark Clearinghouse
The National Law Review
On March 26, 2013, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a nonprofit organization overseeing the Internet's domain name space, will begin to accept applications to record trademarks in the Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH).