Domain Name Disputes Post-GDPR: Navigating URS, UDRP With Reduced Access to Information
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide IP counsel on domain name dispute mechanisms and the impact of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on these mechanisms. 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.
- Impact of GDPR on domain name dispute resolution mechanisms
- Navigating the domain name dispute process
- Domain name enforcement strategies in a GDPR world
The panel will review these and other important issues:
- What impact does the GDPR have on domain name disputes?
- How do the changes ICANN has made to the WHOIS system affect mark owners’ ability to navigate the URS or UDRP?
- What alternatives do IP owners have for identifying and investigating malicious domains and infringers?
Thomas A. Agnello
Michael Best & Friedrich
Mr. Agnello focuses on the acquisition, enforcement, and litigation of intellectual property rights, particularly... | Read More
Mr. Agnello focuses on the acquisition, enforcement, and litigation of intellectual property rights, particularly related to trademarks and copyrights, both domestically and internationally. Prior to joining the firm, he was a federal prosecutor at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).Close
Fish & Richardson
Mr. Jekel focuses primarily on copyright and trademark, including brand consulting, clearance analysis, domestic and... | Read More
Mr. Jekel focuses primarily on copyright and trademark, including brand consulting, clearance analysis, domestic and international trademark prosecution, counterfeit monitoring, IP transactions, and rights enforcement. He routinely advises clients on matters pertaining to advertising, business formation, cybersecurity, data privacy, commercial transactions, open source and Creative Commons licensing, free speech, and fair use.Close