If you believe that someone else has registered a .se or .nu domain to which you are entitled, you can appeal the allocation of the domain name retroactively.
The “first come, first serve” principle applies when allocating .se and .nu domain names – the first party to apply for an available domain name will be given it with no prior testing. However, the allocation of a domain name can be appealed retroactively through our dispute resolution process. On these pages, you can read more about dispute resolution and what to do if you believe that you are entitled to a domain name that someone else has registered.
Different processes apply depending on whether the matter concerns a .se or .nu domain.
Here you find summarised information about ADR (as a PDF file).
Referral regarding IIS alternative dispute resolution
Right now there is a referral to gather comments on the issue of relocation the administration of IIS alternative dispute resolution procedure (ADR) for .se domains to WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organisation) in Switzerland.
The information is published on https://www.iis.se/om/remisser/ses-remisser/
Comments should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than July 19, 2016.