R. Shawn Gunnarson

R. Shawn Gunnarson

Attorney at Law, Kirton & McConkie
Joined on June 22, 2009 – United States
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About

Mr. Gunnarson is a member of Kirton & McConkie's Corporate and Taxation Section, which he joined in 2009. His practice includes information technology, telecommunications, government relations, constitutional law, and appellate litigation. From 2005 to 2009 he served as Senior Counsel to U.S. Senator Robert F. Bennett, advising him on issues regarding telecommunications, cyber security, Internet policy and governance, critical infrastructure protection, intellectual property, and constitutional law.

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Fair Notice and Applying for a New gTLD

Concerns About ICANN's Bylaws Shouldn't Bog Down Board/GAC Discussions

New gTLDs and Their Hidden Costs: Part 1

New gTLDs and Their Hidden Costs: Part 2

New gTLDs and Their Hidden Costs: Part 1

For ICANN, a New Path Toward an Old Goal

Getting a Handle on IDNs

When It Comes to gTLDs, Follow the Money (Part 2)

When It Comes to gTLDs, Follow the Money (Part 1)

Extending the JPA is the Right Thing to Do

How is ICANN Spending Your Money?

Topic Interests

Policy & RegulationDomain NamesTop-Level DomainsDNSInternet GovernanceRegistry ServicesICANNCybersquattingMultilinguismSecurityLawCensorshipRegional Registries

Recent Blogs

Failing to Act on Accountability

Fair Notice and Applying for a New gTLD

Modest Proposals for gTLD Profits

Integrating the GAC More Effectively

ATRT and the Dog That Didn't Bark

Popular Posts

New gTLDs and Their Hidden Costs: Part 1

Concerns About ICANN's Bylaws Shouldn't Bog Down Board/GAC Discussions

New gTLDs and Their Hidden Costs: Part 2

ICANN's Weak Accountability Remains a Problem

Getting a Handle on IDNs