Within an insolvency context, would the value of a domain name be negatively affected?
The answer may not be as straightforward as you may think. Domain names are a unique asset within intellectual property. As there are only a finite amount of domain names, some could be as valuable as sought-after high-end properties, even if these belong to companies in distressed scenarios.
Guest Speaker – Tommy Butler, Glasgow.com
We are pleased to announce our guest speaker for this series: Tommy Butler; owner of Glasgow.com and experienced domain professional. Tommy has over 20 years of experience working with domain names and owns circa 1,600 domains. His business is focused around domain development, SEO marketing, internet strategy, and domain brokerage.
The World of Domain Names and Realising Their Value in Insolvency
This webinar offers an introduction to the world of domain names and realising their value in insolvency. We cover what domain names are, their role in driving revenue to businesses, and the intricacies of realising domain names’ value in insolvency – from assessing, securing and preserving their commercial value to selling and transferring domain names. Our speakers offer examples from their everyday dealings with cases involving domain names and insight into the domain name market.
- The value of domain names in insolvency
- Potential issues to look out for when dealing with cases involving domain names
- General insight into the domain industry