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Anthony M. Verna III, Managing Partner of Verna Law, P.C., has been admitted to New Jersey since 2004. Verna Law’s New Jersey office is conveniently located in Ridgewood, Bergen County.
Our Team has over 40 years Combined Experience
Your Domain Name is Your Business’ Brand
Maybe you are a domain name owner involved in a domain name dispute with an overzealous trademark holder. Maybe you’re a trademark owner who is the victim of abusive domain name registration. Verna Law, P.C. handles domain name disputes of all kinds, in Federal Courts and WIPO/NAF arbirtration, according to Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) guidelines.
Let the team at Verna Law, P.C. help you protect resolve your domain name disputes, no matter if your domain is threatened or you need to file a complaint. Our lawyers are licensed in New York, New Jersey, Washington, and California (and federal courts of those states).
The Verna Law New Jersey office is conveniently located close to the train station in Ridgewood, NJ, which is served by the NJT Main Line and the Bergen Line.
Domain Name Dispute Law Firm serving Bergen County
Domain Name Disputes
Domain name disputes are handled according to ICANN Guidelines, which function in very differently than local or Federal courts. When filing or defending a complaint, there’s just one shot to get it right. The team at Verna Law has the experience to do it right- the first time. Learn More
Domain Names in Different Courts
Our team has over 40 years of combined experience in litigation. Anthony M. Verna III, Managing Partner, is admitted in New Jersey and all Federal Courts in the District of New Jersey. Learn More
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