[gnso-udrp-dt] Reminder - DOODLE / UDRP DT call
- To: UDRP DT <gnso-udrp-dt@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [gnso-udrp-dt] Reminder - DOODLE / UDRP DT call
- From: Gisella Gruber-White <Gisella.Gruber-White@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 16:24:05 -0700
Please complete the attached Doodle poll to schedule the next call of the UDRP
This Doodle poll will close on Thursday 7 April 2011 at 2000 UTC – the date and
time will be announced shortly thereafter.
From: Margie Milam <Margie.Milam@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:Margie.Milam@xxxxxxxxx>>
Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2011 14:15:54 -0700
To: UDRP DT <gnso-udrp-dt@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:gnso-udrp-dt@xxxxxxxxx>>
Subject: [gnso-udrp-dt] Action Items From Today's Call
Here is a brief summary of the action item’s resulting from today’s call:
· David Taylor, John Berard, and I will work together to draft a
questionnaire to send to each of the UDRP providers in the next few days, to be
sent out as soon as possible.
· We will schedule an initial webinar for late/April early March, for
90 minutes, organized as follows:
o Each UDRP provider will be allocated five minutes to address how to make
the UDPR more efficient, and to discuss/rank their top issues for improvements
the UDRP (total of 20 min).
o Each UDRP provider will be asked to recommend two panelists, from which a
few speakers would be selected (for a total of 20 min) to discuss their issues
o Each UDRP provider will also be asked to recommend two attorneys- one that
regularly represents complainants, and one that regularly represents
respondents, from which a few speakers would be selected (for a total of 20
min) to discuss their issues
o Remainder of the webinar for audience input
· The purpose of the initial webinar is to help frame the issues for
the drafting of the Issue Report. There will be additional opportunities for
providers/panelists to provide information throughout this process, including,
through scheduling a session in Singapore and additional webinars, and during
the PDP itself should one be commenced.
· It was suggested that a “Preliminary Issue Report” be published after
the initial webinar, in time for the Singapore Meeting, and the opening of a
public comment period that would run through and after the Singapore Meeting.
After that, a “Final Issue Report” would be presented to the Council, which
would incorporate comments received during the Singapore session and the public
· Regarding additional documents to review- the IRT/STI comments filed
during the public comment period for references to issues related to the UDRP,
and WIPO’s recently published annual report on its UDRP cases.
Finally, Gisella will send around a doodle for next week Tues/Wed, for a
Senior Policy Counselor