12:30PM – 1:30PM | October 6, 2010 | Washington, DC
Practical Strategies to Tackle Cybersquatting Today & the Role of US Legislation in Deterring Cybersquatting in the Future
- How the business of cybersquatting works and why it pays to infringe on brands’ trademarks
- How brands can target the infringements that are harming business and consumers most
- How legislation can change the economics of cybersquatting and the behavior of bad actors
Senior Policy Advisor
Alston & Bird, LLP
Director – Attorney
Tiffany & Co.
Assistant General Counsel
American International Group, Inc
Attorney at the GigaLaw Firm
UDRP panelist at WIPO
Adjunct Professor at Georgia State University College of Law
VP & Associate General Counsel
The Evolution of Cybercrime and How to Combat It
- Counterfeiting, phishing, malware, spam and spyware – what’s next?
- Invisibility, evasion, proxy services and WHOIS – what should be done?
- IP addresses, networks and registrars – who’s responsible for stopping abuse?
Anthony J. Ferrante
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Supervisory Special Agent
Federal Bureau of Investigation,
Internet Crime Complaint Center
Partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law
Introduction to ICANN
- What it is, how it began, and how it works
- Developments on, issues with, and possible solutions to ICANN policy
General Manager at Global Internet Business Coalition
New TLD Discussion
- New TLD: facts and unknowns
- What issues and opportunities brands should consider
Executive Director, Legal and Compliance
American International Group, Inc.
McCarter & English LLP
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