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This is the -draft- NamesCon schedule, which is tentative and subject to revisions as we receive confirmations from keynotes and session panelists.

Are you registered for NamesCon? Conference access is all or nothing. Registered attendees can participate in all content sessions.

There are sessions that have limited capacity, instructional materials, or other limitations, and may require attendees to indicate they will participate. This is particularly the case on Sunday, January 11 for DomainFest @NamesCon and Workshop sessions during NamesCon.

If you see one or more of these sessions that you can’t miss, such as the Chinese Domaining Masterclass or Workshops like the Amazon Route 53 / EC2 buildout session, make sure to use the sched system to indicate it so that the instructors and workshop leaders have a concept of headcount and capacity limits can be respected.

NamesCon attendees are automatically enrolled in the WaterNight event, and it is possible to attend that event if not attending NamesCon. WaterNight-only passes are available through a separate registration at WaterNight.org.
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Philip Corwin

Internet Commerce Association
Counsel
Philip S. Corwin is the Founding Principal of Virtualaw LLC, a Washington, DC public policy consulting firm focused on the dynamically evolving law of electronic commerce and intellectual property. He is also Of Counsel to Greenberg & Lieberman, a Washington-based law firm specializing in intellectual property and litigation. He has been Counsel to the Internet Commerce Association (ICA) since its founding in 2006 and represents it on ICANN’s Business Constituency; and has also counseled several applicants for new gTLDs as well as other interested parties. As of January 2014 he will begin a two-year term as a member of the Internet Committee on the International Trademark Association (INTA). He has published numerous articles on Internet law and policy issues. Phil previously served as Chairman of the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section Committee on Legislation; Washington Liaison for the Science and Technology Section; and Legislative Reporter for the Business Law Section Cyberspace Law Committee. He received his B.A. in Government from Cornell University’s College of Arts and Sciences and his JD from Boston College Law School, is a member of the District of Columbia Bar, and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.