to "Using ICANN's UDRP."
Using ICANN's UDRP ran from April 21-28,
2000. The Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) is a new
procedure for arbitrating domain names disputes, implemented
in January by ICANN. The
first globally enforceable anti-cybersquatting remedy, the UDRP
is also the Internet's first mandatory deliberation mechanism. The
series introduced practitioners to UDRP rules and explored
the policy's impact on trademark owners and domain name holders.
Faculty included policy drafter Rita Rodin and
ICANN counsel Louis Touton.
to the introduction