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The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) is delighted to host the 2019 ADNDRC Conference on 11 September 2019 to address emerging issues in domain name dispute resolution. The theme for this year's Conference is Manage Domain Names and Trademarks in the E-business World.


Since its inaugural conference in 2005, the ADNDRC Conference has provided a unique forum for participants to exchange views on hot topics on domain name dispute resolution, bringing together in-house counsel, barristers, solicitors, arbitrators, domain name experts, and senior executives of major local and international corporations.


TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Insiders' Views on Procedural Issues
  • Panelists' Views on Substantive Issues
  • Protect and recover your domains and trademarks registered in bad faith before the Chinese courts
  • Tackling Domain Name and Trademark-squatting - Regulation, Law and Practice
  • ICANN new gTLD programme next round: what brand owners should know
  • Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) for Resolving IP Disputes


LANGUAGE:

  • English and Mandarin


CONFERENCE FEE:

  • RMB 450 (networking lunch included)

活动日程

08:30 - 09:00
Registration
09:00 - 09:10
Welcome Remarks
09:10 - 09:20
Opening Remarks - Vinayak Pradhan, Chairman, Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre (by video)
09:20 - 09:50
Keynote Remarks
09:50 - 10:40
Session 1: Insiders’ Views on Procedural Issues (session in English)
- Salient issues in .cn, .hk, .kr and .my procedures
- What needs to be done before filing your domain name complaint
- Language issues in domain name dispute resolution
10:40 - 11:00
Refreshment Break
11:00 - 11:50
Session 2: Panelists’ Views on Substantive Issues (session in English)
- Unregistered trademark rights
- Identity or confusing similarity
- Generic terms
- Reseller/ distributor issue
- Reverse domain name hijacking
11:50 - 12:40
Session 3: Protect and recover your domains and trademarks registered in bad faith before the Chinese courts (session in Mandarin)
12:40 - 14:10
Networking Lunch
14:10 - 15:00
Session 4: Tackling Domain Name and Trademark-squatting - Regulation, Law and Practice (session in Mandarin)
15:00 - 15:20
Refreshment Break
15:20 - 16:10
Session 5: ICANN new gTLD programme next round: what brand owners should know (session in English)
16:10 - 17:00
Session 6: Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) for Resolving IP Disputes (session in English)
17:00 - 17:10
Closing Remarks

演讲嘉宾

  • Dennis Cai (President of Policy and Compliance, Internet DotTrademark Organisation Ltd)

    Dennis Cai

    President of Policy and Compliance, Internet DotTrademark Organisation Ltd

  • Julien Chaisse (Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Faculty of Law))

    Julien Chaisse

    Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Faculty of Law)

  • Jacob Chen (Principal, Rouse & Co International)

    Jacob Chen

    Principal, Rouse & Co International

  • Peter Cheung SBS (Barrister & Arbitrator, Fortune Chambers)

    Peter Cheung SBS

    Barrister & Arbitrator, Fortune Chambers

  • Douglas Clark (Barrister, Gilt Chambers)

    Douglas Clark

    Barrister, Gilt Chambers

  • Gary Gao (Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm)

    Gary Gao

    Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm

  • Sarah Grimmer (Secretary-General, HKIAC)

    Sarah Grimmer

    Secretary-General, HKIAC

  • Peng Guo (Professor, Jinan University)

    Peng Guo

    Professor, Jinan University

  • Seth Hays (Chief Representative, Asia Pacific, International Trademark Association)

    Seth Hays

    Chief Representative, Asia Pacific, International Trademark Association

  • Sebastian Hughes (Barrister, Prince's Chambers)

    Sebastian Hughes

    Barrister, Prince's Chambers

  • Hyun Jun Kim (Case Manager, IDRC)

    Hyun Jun Kim

    Case Manager, IDRC

  • Daniel Lam BBS, JP (Chief Executive Officer, eBRAM International Online Dispute Resolution Centre Limited)

    Daniel Lam BBS, JP

    Chief Executive Officer, eBRAM International Online Dispute Resolution Centre Limited

  • Chloe Lee (Sole Proprietor, Chloe Lee & Co)

    Chloe Lee

    Sole Proprietor, Chloe Lee & Co

  • Eugene Low (Partner, Hogan Lovells)

    Eugene Low

    Partner, Hogan Lovells

  • Wesley Pang (Managing Counsel, HKIAC)

    Wesley Pang

    Managing Counsel, HKIAC

  • Diana Rahman (Case Counsel, AIAC)

    Diana Rahman

    Case Counsel, AIAC

  • Joe Simone (Partner, SIPS)

    Joe Simone

    Partner, SIPS

  • Phoebe Tang (General Counsel, Danone Greater China)

    Phoebe Tang

    General Counsel, Danone Greater China

  • Christopher To (International Arbitrator, Gilt Chambers)

    Christopher To

    International Arbitrator, Gilt Chambers

  • Fan Yang (Secretary-General, CIETAC Online Dispute Resolution Centre)

    Fan Yang

    Secretary-General, CIETAC Online Dispute Resolution Centre

  • Min Yang (Associate, Lusheng Law Firm)

    Min Yang

    Associate, Lusheng Law Firm

  • Nathan Yang (Attorney, NTD Intellectual Property Attorneys)

    Nathan Yang

    Attorney, NTD Intellectual Property Attorneys

  • Xun Yang (Partner, Llinks Law Offices)

    Xun Yang

    Partner, Llinks Law Offices

  • Liguo Zhou (IP Director, Tencent)

    Liguo Zhou

    IP Director, Tencent

  • Ally Zhuang (Chief Legal Officer and Vice President, CVTE)

    Ally Zhuang

    Chief Legal Officer and Vice President, CVTE

  • Wen Zou (Partner, AnJie Law Firm)

    Wen Zou

    Partner, AnJie Law Firm

Visa Requirements

A China tourist visa is required for most foreigners wishing to visit China. If you wish to attend the Conference, please check with your travel agent whether a visa is required.


If you wish to apply for a tourist visa, please email the completed application form to Cici Tam at cici.tam@hk.fcm.travel. Please also check if your passport photo fulfills the requirements. The time to process a China tourist visa application is normally 3 to 4 working days and the application fee subjects to nationality.

Accommodation

Conference participants are responsible for making their own travel and accommodation arrangements. Nevertheless, the HKIAC has reserved a limited number of rooms at the following rate at the Marco Polo Shenzhen from 10 - 12 September, 2019: 


Superior Room:

  • RMB 820/room/night (excluding breakfast) including 10% service charge and 6% VAT
  • RMB 920/room/night (including 1 breakfast) including 10% service charge and 6% VAT


Deluxe Room:

  • RMB 970/room/night (excluding breakfast) including 10% service charge and 6% VAT
  • RMB 1,070/room/night (including 1 breakfast) including 10% service charge and 6% VAT


If you wish to take advantage of preferential rates, please complete and email this form to the Marco Polo Shenzhen at resv.shz@marcopolohotels.com on or before 8 September 2019. Each participant is responsible for his/her own room charges. Rooms are limited and reservations will be subject to availability. 

How to get there?

Metro15 minutes travelling time between Shopping Park Station and Luohu Railway Station and 4 minutes walking distance after exiting from Shopping Park Station.

High Speed Rail: 10 minutes walking distance to Futian Station.

Car Transfer: HKD 1,800 for one way trip from Hong Kong to the Marco Polo Shenzhen (7-Seater MPV). Same day round trip for HKD 3,300. Please contact Cici Tam at cici.tam@hk.fcm.travel for enquiries and reservations.

About the organisers

ADNDRC - Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre


ADNDRC was jointly established by the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC) and the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) in 2002. It was established as a charitable institution in Hong Kong and remains today the same status. Since the inception of ADNDRC, CIETAC and HKIAC have been operating respectively as the Beijing Office and Hong Kong Office of the ADNDRC, providing domain name dispute resolution services under the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). In 2006, the Korean Internet Address Dispute Resolution Committee (KIDRC) joined the ADNDRC and started to operate as the Seoul Office. In 2009, the ADNDRC announced the opening of its Kuala Lumpur Office operated by the Asian International Arbitration centre (AIAC). Since 2018, the Kuala Lumpur Office (AIAC) operates the Secretariat of the ADNDRC. For more information, see https://www.adndrc.org.


HKIAC - Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre


Founded in 1985, the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) is one of Asia's oldest and most prestigious international arbitration institutions, offering efficient and cost effective arbitration administration services, in addition to mediation, adjudication and domain name dispute resolution. According to Global Arbitration Review, "No regional institution has been running so successfully for so long." With its multinational and multilingual Secretariat consisting of lawyers from around the world and a Panel Arbitrators comprised of leading arbitration experts with wide ranging expertise and experience from over 40 jurisdictions, HKIAC is Asia's premier arbitration institution. The pre-eminence of HKIAC as a venue for resolving international and domestic disputes is bolstered by its spacious state-of-the-art hearing facilities in central Hong Kong and is reflected in its diverse caseload. For more information, see www.hkiac.org.

Co-organisers

Gold Sponsor and Local Partner

Silver Sponsor

Supporting Partners

场地

Marco Polo Shenzhen (Hawaii Room, 7/F)

28 Fuhua 1st Road, Futian CBD
Shenzhen 518048, 中国

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