CheapBooks Retains Law Firm Dickinson Wright to Argue Domain Name Disputes

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SYRACUSE, N.Y., Oct. 24 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) --, a Web site that creates competition among book sellers, recently retained the law firm Dickinson Wright, PLLC, to represent them in areas of domain name disputes and acquisitions. CheapBooks provides consumers access to low-cost books over the Internet. It compares the prices of many major online bookstores such as,, and

"We have retained Dickinson Wright because they have successfully argued cases for domain names that have acquired meaning," David Tiberio, owner and founder of, said. "The firm has won tough World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) cases identical to ours."

In addition, Dickinson Wright has been very successful in winning cases related to Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Polices (UDRP).

"Our firm is excited about working with," Nicole M. Meyer, attorney for Dickinson Wright, said. "It is a company committed to encouraging reading and literacy for everyone."

Meyer is a member of Dickinson Wright and specializes in intellectual property law.

" has created a name for itself over the past decade and I look forward to working with them and protecting the company's rights and the goodwill established in the trademark," Meyer explained.

Dickinson Wright, (, based in Michigan, was founded in 1878 and has grown to be one of the most respected law firms in the region. The firm offers comprehensive legal services to a broad range of clients, from very large corporations to small businesses, new ventures, individuals, and governmental units.

Dickinson Wright has a tradition of serving the civic and charitable needs of its communities and a long-standing commitment to the advancement of women and minorities in the legal profession. is popular among college students because it offers the most competitive prices at-a-glance. In addition, at, students can enter to win a $5,000 scholarship, search online for degree programs and apply for financial aid. also offers an array of book clubs to customers in genres such as: thrillers, politics, romance, science fiction and home and garden.

According to Tiberio, he turns down offers for people interested in purchasing the domain name,, on a monthly basis. In the next few years he plans to do an initial public offering.

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