The Canadian Internet Registration Authority
(CIRA) has certified two independent service providers under its Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy
(CDRP) to address disputes arising of .ca domain names. The British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre
(BCICAC) and Resolution Canada Inc., the service providers, will resolve disputes in accordance with the CDRP and the Rules
. Parties are able to select panellists to adjudicate in either English or French, and decisions will be available online
To view the CIRA news release by CIRA, visit: http://www.cira.ca/news-releases/76.html
For the text of the CIRA Policy, visit: http://www.cira.ca/en/cat_dpr_policy.html
For the text of the CIRA Rules, visit: http://www.cira.ca/en/cat_dpr_rules.html
For assistance on all legal aspects of domain names, contact Michael Erdle of DWW.
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