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Arlington, Va. (March 5,
2014) — Bloomberg BNA announced the addition of new and enhanced
features to its Internet Law Resource Center™
designed to help professionals prepare for the domain name expansion program as
it unfolds in 2014 and beyond. The Resource Center, integrating expert guidance
and practice tools, provides a comprehensive resource for tracking the quickly
evolving cyberlaw landscape.
“ICANN's domain name expansion program changes the landscape of the Internet and affects businesses and the law firms that serve them,” said Thomas O’Toole, Managing Editor, Electronic Commerce & Law Report. “Whether one is looking to protect an existing brand or build a new business, the opportunities and risks presented by the new top-level domains cannot be overlooked. The Resource Center is a deep resource for professionals working through domain name legal issues.”
“With the complexity and far-reaching nature of ICANN issues and the rapid pace of change related to the domain name expansion program, the Internet Law Resource Center is the indispensable information source I rely on to keep up with the new rules and regulations,” said David E. Weslow, Partner at Wiley Rein LLP. “The Resource Center is my go-to source to track these changes and their impact on all types of businesses.”
The enhancements to the Internet Law Resource Center include:
About the Internet Law Resource Center
The Internet Law Resource Center is a comprehensive information solution for practitioners in cyberlaw, integrating authoritative news coverage and expert analysis with an archive of full-text case law, pleadings, statutes, and regulations. To request a trial or for more information, visit http://www.bna.com/ilrc.
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