Taft Trademark partner Paul McGrady will present the Strafford webinar, "Domain Name Disputes Post-GDPR: Navigating URS, UDRP, ACPA With Reduced Access to Information," on Nov. 11 at 1 p.m. The panel discussion 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 CLE webinar will examine the domain name dispute process in light of reduced access to information that has been traditionally used. Panelists will also discuss developing and implementing a successful domain name enforcement strategy considering the restraints of the GDPR and the reaction to it by most ICANN registrars.
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McGrady works with large brands in the United States and around the world on the adoption, licensing, prosecution, and enforcement of trademarks. He enjoys a global reputation in matters related to domain name disputes, domain name transactions, the creation of top-level domain names, and advising brand-friendly ICANN Contracted Parties. McGrady is the author of several books on domain names and social media and has been honored by World Trademark Review's WTR 1000 since 2011 in Illinois for both Trademark Disputes and Trademark Prosecution. He is also ranked nationally for Domain Name/ICANN matters.