Force Majeure: What You Need To Know When It Comes To Web Hosting

You might see the “force majeure” clause in quite a few different contracts in your lifetime. This clause is essentially an “act of God” clause, spelling out that neither party is liable if something beyond human control is involved. This might be inclement weather, war, a riot, or even a crime. This might work well… Read More

Domain Name Trademarking: Should You Do It?

Domain Name Trademarking Can you trademark a domain name? Should you? I recently came across a really interesting article written by Internet lawyer, Rick Chapo. Chapo argues the case for trademarking a domain name, and a lot of what he has to say makes good sense. Domain names are, by nature, tricky things. Opting for… Read More

Your Site Has Been Shut Down: What to Do

Site Has Been Shut Down You woke up this morning, grabbed a cup of your favorite beverage, and sat down at your desk to check out your website. But, your site isn’t there. And, you have a message from your hosting company waiting for you. What do you do? Site Has Been Shut Down: Find… Read More