Sign up today for an INTA webcast on New gTLDs: The Objection Period.
Archived from previously recorded webcast.
Duration: 90 minutes
On June 13, 2012, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) as part of its new gTLD program, published the list of applied-for new generic Top Level Domains (new gTLDs), revealing that over 1,900 applications were submitted for over a 1,000 new gTLD strings.
This webcast will focus on the public review process on the applications, which includes a 60 day public comment period and a seven month formal objection window, during which time trademark owners can inform the evaluation of, or formally object to, a new gTLD application.
Learn from industry experts how trademark owners can navigate ICANN’s new gTLD program, review the list of applied-for names and take action on applications that may infringe upon their trademark rights.
- Brian Beckham, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) (Switzerland)
- Claudio DiGangi, International Trademark Association (United States)
- Calliope M. Sudborough, International Centre for ADR (France)
- Thomas Ventrone, International Center for Dispute Resolution (United States)
- Fabricio Vayra, Time Warner Inc. (United States)
INTA members: Free
Non-members: US $50
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