National Arbitration Forum Named Dispute Resolution Provider for Internet Domain Registrar Disputes

Nov 10, 2004, 00:00 ET from National Arbitration Forum

    MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Arbitration Forum and
 the Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre (ADNDRC) have been approved as
 independent dispute resolution providers for the Transfer Dispute Resolution
 Policy (TDRP) as announced today by the Internet Corporation for Assigned
 Names and Numbers (ICANN).  This policy is part of the Inter-Registrar
 Transfer Policy, which will go into effect on November 12, 2004.
     The Policy provides that registrars wishing to dispute another registrar's
 alleged violations of this policy may initiate a dispute proceeding with the
 appropriate registry operator or with an independent dispute resolution
 provider such as the National Arbitration Forum.  Decisions made under this
 policy by the registry operator may be appealed to an independent dispute
 resolution provider.
     Based in North America, the National Arbitration Forum was founded in
 1986.  The National Arbitration Forum currently administers cases under
 ICANN's UDRP and other policies involving domain name disputes.
     For more information on the transfer policy, see
 http://www.icann.org/transfers .  Or visit the National Arbitration Forum's
 website at http://www.arbitration-forum.com/ .
 
     About the National Arbitration Forum:
     The National Arbitration Forum is one of the world's largest neutral
 administrators of arbitration and mediation services with a select panel of
 former judges and experienced senior attorneys providing dispute resolution
 worldwide.  Founded in 1986, NAF is headquartered in Minneapolis-St. Paul,
 with arbitrators located across the globe.  Additional information can be
 found on the National Arbitration Forum's website, located at
 http://www.arbitration-forum.com .
 
 

SOURCE National Arbitration Forum
    MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Arbitration Forum and
 the Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre (ADNDRC) have been approved as
 independent dispute resolution providers for the Transfer Dispute Resolution
 Policy (TDRP) as announced today by the Internet Corporation for Assigned
 Names and Numbers (ICANN).  This policy is part of the Inter-Registrar
 Transfer Policy, which will go into effect on November 12, 2004.
     The Policy provides that registrars wishing to dispute another registrar's
 alleged violations of this policy may initiate a dispute proceeding with the
 appropriate registry operator or with an independent dispute resolution
 provider such as the National Arbitration Forum.  Decisions made under this
 policy by the registry operator may be appealed to an independent dispute
 resolution provider.
     Based in North America, the National Arbitration Forum was founded in
 1986.  The National Arbitration Forum currently administers cases under
 ICANN's UDRP and other policies involving domain name disputes.
     For more information on the transfer policy, see
 http://www.icann.org/transfers .  Or visit the National Arbitration Forum's
 website at http://www.arbitration-forum.com/ .
 
     About the National Arbitration Forum:
     The National Arbitration Forum is one of the world's largest neutral
 administrators of arbitration and mediation services with a select panel of
 former judges and experienced senior attorneys providing dispute resolution
 worldwide.  Founded in 1986, NAF is headquartered in Minneapolis-St. Paul,
 with arbitrators located across the globe.  Additional information can be
 found on the National Arbitration Forum's website, located at
 http://www.arbitration-forum.com .
 
 SOURCE  National Arbitration Forum