Decisions By Icann Approved Provider For Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy V. Domestic Courts' RulingsParticipants of domain name disputes find forum in both international arbitration process and their country's domestic courts. Additionally, domain name disputes may involve parties and laws from multiple jurisdictions. This summary offers information on the process followed by a domain name dispute that started by filing a complaint before ICANN and concluded by a federal court decision in the United States. The domain name involved was 'barcelona.com,' registered by a US corporation. Thus, the dispute obviously involved United States and Spanish law.
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