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[gnso-lockpdp-wg] For your review and feedback - modified settlement option A

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  • Subject: [gnso-lockpdp-wg] For your review and feedback - modified settlement option A
  • From: Marika Konings <marika.konings@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2013 01:06:33 -0700

Dear All (and especially Kristine and David R-T),

As discussed during yesterday's meeting concerning the options for
settlement, it appears that the majority of WG members is either strongly or
moderately in favour of option A, with only the UDRP Providers participating
in this WG strongly in favour of option B. In order to address the concerns
raised by the UDRP Providers, those on the call yesterday would like to
explore whether the following, slightly modified version of option A,
including implementation guidance, would make it acceptable to the UDRP
Providers, noting that additional edits could definitely be explored (please
note that I also identified an additional question when revising the current

Option A: (1) parties ask for suspension, (2) parties settle, (3) parties
inform provider, (4) provider issues order notice to registrar to confirm
the details of the settlement change the holder details or delete the domain
name, (5) that settlement is carried out by the registrar change or deletion
happens, (6) complainant confirms change or deletion is complete [question ­
should it be the complainant or the registrar that confirms that the
settlement has been carried out?] , and (7) provider dismisses the case.

Implementation guidance: The provider notice confirming the settlement could
be a standardised form issued by the UDRP Provider to the complainant and
respondent at the time a suspension is requested to discuss settlement. Such
form would have to be executed by both parties (or their representatives)
and would confirm that the parties have settled and request that the domain
name(s) subject to the proceedings a) remain with the respondent, b) be
transferred to the complainant (details of the latter for each contact set
would have to be specified, or c) be deleted.

Please share any comments / edits you may have with the mailing list.

With best regards,


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