Domain Name
Dispute Resolution

In 1999, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) selected the National Arbitration Forum  (FORUM) as an international dispute resolution provider for domain name disputes. Since then, the FORUM's Domain Name Dispute Program has handled over 20,000 disputes worldwide.

Forum Releases model REDRP for adoption

Continuing in on its mission to assist Registries with their dispute resolution needs, the Forum released a model Registration Eligibility Dispute Resolution Policy and Rules today . The REDRP can be modified to suit a Registry’s specific registration criteria and is specially designed to deal with disputes that could arise after Sunrise but that the UDRP and URS may not cover. We invite you to review our REDRP Information and contact us to discuss the options available to you.

Domain News

Registries Sign On to the Forum’s Registration Eligibility and Sunrise Dispute Policies

To date, two new TLDs will be utilizing the National Arbitration Forum as their Registration Eligibility Dispute Resolution Provider and fifteen (15) Registries have agreed to allow Forum to adjudicate Sunrise disputes. For a list of the REDRP documents and the Registries that adopted them, Click here. For a list of the SDRP documents and the Registries that adopted them, click here.

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