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[council] Nominations for IRT Participants

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  • Subject: [council] Nominations for IRT Participants
  • From: "Rosette, Kristina" <krosette@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2009 18:00:35 -0400
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  • Thread-topic: Nominations for IRT Participants


Because we've received a number of inquiries about nominations for IRT
participants, we thought it would be helpful to provide the information

Nominations for IRT participants should be sent to Steve Metalitz (IPC
President), Ute, Cyril or me.  Steve's email address is not on the
Council page or the IPC home page so please contact me off-list if you
would like it. 

The nominations must include:

1.  The full name and contact information of the nominee (including the
name of her/his employer and title); 
2.  The ICANN Geographic Region(s) in which the nominee is a citizen and
is a resident;
3.  Identification of the nominee's knowledge, experience, and expertise
in the fields of trademark, consumer protection, or competition law, and
the interplay of trademarks and the domain name system;
4.  Identification of any financial ownership or senior
management/leadership interest of the nominee in registries, registrars
or other entities that are stakeholders or interested parties in ICANN
or any entity with which ICANN has a transaction, contract, or other
5.  State if the nominee would be representing any other party or person
through her/his IRT participation and, if so, identify that party or
person; and
6.  State if the nominee submitted public comments on the first draft of
the DAG that provided proposed solutions to the trademark issues and, if
so, attach a copy of those comments.

We must receive all nominations not later than Friday, 13 March, at noon
EDT.  Because of the deadlines set forth by the Board in the resolution,
it will be exceedingly difficult to consider any nominations submitted
after that point.  Also, based on very preliminary time lines, IRT
participants should expect to spend at least 15 full business days
(excluding travel time) in the next two months on the team's work.


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