This Friday, April 26, 2019, Kristin G. Garris will be a panelist for the seminar “ICANN: Rights Protection Mechanisms” as part of Fordham’s 27th Annual Intellectual Property Law & Policy Conference. The seminar will feature three speakers who will each be presenting on various IP issues relating to ICANN. Following each presentation, the panelists will hold a discussion between the speakers and members of the audience.

“This is a great opportunity to discuss in detail some of the most complex issues related to domain name enforcement. I look forward to being a part of this panel and the conference,” stated Ms. Garris.

Speakers at the seminar will include Gerald M. Levine, Gregory S. Shatan and Mary W.S. Wong. Joining Ms. Garris on the panel will be Martin Schwimmer and Claudio DiGangi. To learn more about the annual Fordham Intellectual Property Law and Policy Conference, please visit

About Kristin G. Garris

Kristin G. Garris is a member of Scarinci Hollenbeck’s Intellectual Property practice group who has a broad range of experience in handling matters related to trademark, copyright, Internet, and domain name enforcement and litigation. Ms. Garris regularly provides counsel to clients for numerous Intellectual Property issues including IP ownership and protection, branding procedures and management, copyright protection, licensing, domain names, privacy policies and website terms of use, IP-related risk management, IP due diligence, data privacy regulations, and much more. She also has significant experience with trademark proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. You can learn more about Kristin G. Garris here.