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Re: [gnso-udrp-dt] Recap of Today's UDRP-DT Call

  • To: "gnso-udrp-dt@xxxxxxxxx" <gnso-udrp-dt@xxxxxxxxx>, "Margie Milam" <Margie.Milam@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: Re: [gnso-udrp-dt] Recap of Today's UDRP-DT Call
  • From: <Mary.Wong@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2011 11:21:37 -0400

Thanks for the summary, Margie, and my apologies to all for not being
able to be on the call (as my schedule changed after filling in the
Doodle poll).
The format and suggestions for the Singapore seminar look great. I
particularly like the fact that it will not be a presentation-based
format, but will focus on the public comments received and the specific
items from the Issue Report. I would in particular urge the panelists,
in view of the 2-hour time limit and the need to allow for
participation/discussion, to stick to the 2 items Margie listed.
Happy to help out between now and then, and of course after, if
Thanks and cheers

Mary W S Wong
Professor of Law
Chair, Graduate IP Programs
Director, Franklin Pierce Center for IP
03301USAEmail: mary.wong@xxxxxxx.eduPhone: 1-603-513-5143Webpage:
http://www.law.unh.edu/marywong/index.phpSelected writings available on
the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) at:

From: Margie Milam <Margie.Milam@xxxxxxxxx>
To:"gnso-udrp-dt@xxxxxxxxx" <gnso-udrp-dt@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: 5/31/2011 12:51 PM
Subject: [gnso-udrp-dt] Recap of Today's UDRP-DT Call

Dear All,
Here is a brief recap of  the action items from today’s call, which
focused on identifying the speakers/format for the Singapore session on
the current State of the UDRP, which is scheduled to take place on
Wednesday,  22 June from 8:30-10:30 am.  
The proposed format for the Singapore Session:
·         I will open the Session with an overview of the Preliminary
Issue report that (published last week).  This overview will go over the
Staff Recommendations, as well as the other parts of the Report,
including the list of issues that is attached as an Annex to the
·         I will provide a review of public comments filed to date, and
any questions or comments submitted remotely prior to the Session.  It
was felt that if these were read early in the session,  the panelists
might be able to address them in their remarks. 
·         The Webinar speakers will be contacted to see if they plan to
be in attendance in Singapore, and if so, whether they would like an
additional opportunity to comment.  Since some speakers may have felt
that 5 minutes was not sufficient time to address their concerns, it was
felt that they should be allocated additional time.
·         The panelists will be asked to comment specifically on (i)
any of the public comments/session questions submitted, and (ii) the
Staff recommendations in the Preliminary Issue Report, including
o   whether they agree with or have other suggested approaches for
dealing with a review of the UDRP
o   whether  they have additions to the list of issues described in
Annex 2
o   whether they would recharacterize any of the issues as “policy” or
“process” issues 
·         There should be sufficient time reserved for open mic to
allow the public to participate 
Also, it was noted that since the attendance in Singapore may be low, 
there should be an opportunity to provide comments in advance of the
Session, to allow them to be taken into account.  I will explore this
with the remote participation team, and in any event will set up a WIKI
page that can also be used to submit questions/comments in advance.
Please provide any comments/suggestions on this format by COB this
Thursday, 2 June.     It was felt that no further calls are necessary,
and that the follow-up can be done by email to conclude the planning for
this session.
Best Regards, 
Margie Milam
Senior Policy Counselor

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