Domain Name Disputes Post-GDPR: Navigating URS, UDRP, ACPA With Reduced Access to Information
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide IP counsel on the impact of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on domain name dispute mechanisms and access to accurate WHOIS. The panel will examine the domain name dispute process in light of reduced access to information that has been traditionally used. The panel will also discuss developing and implementing a successful domain name enforcement strategy considering the restraints of the GDPR, the reaction to it by most ICANN registrars, and potential next steps to fix the WHOIS problem.
- Impact of GDPR on domain name dispute resolution mechanisms
- Navigating the domain name dispute process
- Domain name enforcement strategies in a GDPR world
- Potential next steps to fix the GDPR/WHOIS problem
The panel will review these and other important issues:
- What impact does the GDPR and overinclusion have on domain name disputes?
- What alternatives do IP owners have for identifying and investigating malicious domains and infringers?
- How do the changes ICANN has made to the WHOIS/RDDS system impact mark owners' ability to navigate the URS, UDRP, and ACPA?
Founder and CEO
Mr. Lane advises and invests in technology startups and public policy initiatives that can have a positive societal... | Read More
Mr. Lane advises and invests in technology startups and public policy initiatives that can have a positive societal impact. He served for 15 years as the Senior Vice President of Government Affairs of 21st Century Fox. Before joining Fox, Mr. Lane was the Director of Congressional Affairs focusing on e-Commerce and internet public policy issues for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Prior to working at the Chamber, he worked for the law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges where he represented clients before Congress on legislative matters affecting the technology and telecommunications industries. Mr. Lane was a member of the U.S. Trade Representative’s Joint Government-Private Sector Committee on Experts on Electronic Commerce. He also served on the FTC’s Advisory Committee on Online Access and Security and the Virginia Attorney General’s Online Safety Task Force.Close
Paul D. McGrady, Jr.
Taft Stettinius & Hollister
Mr. McGrady works with clients in the adoption, prosecution, licensing and enforcement of trademarks in the United... | Read More
Mr. McGrady works with clients in the adoption, prosecution, licensing and enforcement of trademarks in the United States and throughout the world. He represents large brand owners, including new gTLD applicants in their domain name and Internet matters. His experience includes domain name disputes, domain name transactions, the creation of new top level domain names, CAN-SPAM disputes, Computer Fraud & Abuse Act disputes, online copyright and brand identity disputes, and transactions and counseling related to intellectual property aspects of social/mobile media.Close
Domain Name Specialist/Attorney
Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner
Mr. Uffelman practices trademark, domain name, and internet law. In particular, he works on a broad range of internet... | Read More
Mr. Uffelman practices trademark, domain name, and internet law. In particular, he works on a broad range of internet and cyber law issues, including on-line brand enforcement and the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) proceedings. Mr. Uffelman handles a variety of on-line brand enforcement issues including gray-market goods, trademark and copyright infringement, and cybersquatting. He has successfully handled numerous UDRP cases on both the complainant and respondent side, and his practice spans a wide spectrum of industries.Close