.eu ADR fees remain discounted
If you believe that you have a prior right (within the EU or EEA) to a .eu domain name (e.g. you hold a trademark, trade name, company name, family name, etc.), that the current holder has registered, or is using for speculative or abusive purposes, you may challenge its registration by initiating an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) procedure.
In agreement with the institutions appointed to rule on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) proceedings for the .eu top-level domain (the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center and the Czech Arbitration Court), EURid decided to extend the discount on the basic .eu ADR procedure fee until the end of 2023.
This means that the ADR fee per dispute complaint is as low as EUR 100 instead of EUR 1 300.
Learn more on our dedicated domain name dispute page.