Statton Hammock

Statton Hammock

VP for Global Policy & Industry Development at MarkMonitor
Joined on October 7, 2009 – United States
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About

For more than 15 years, Statton has provided companies with strategic business advice and guidance on Internet policy, domain name strategy, compliance, and brand protection. As former general counsel and officer of several public, private, and non-profit corporations in the Internet industry including Network Solutions, Enom, Rightside, NameJet, and Name.com, Statton has led teams that have developed tactics, policies, procedures, and industry best practices to tackle several forms of abusive online behavior including consumer fraud, dissemination of counterfeit goods, illegal pharmacies, and trademark infringement. Statton holds a BA in Government from the University of Virginia and a JD from the University of Maine School of Law.

Comments

Accreditation & Access Model For Non-Public Whois Data

Who Really Cares About New gTLDs?

The .DOCTOR Quarantine

ICANN Board - GAC Geneva Meeting: Open to Observers?

CADNA: New gTLD Launch to Cost Businesses $746 Million

Domain Registrars & Registries: Don't Say You Weren't Warned

gTLDs: Why Are Your Overarching Issues Not Relevant In IDN ccTLDs?

Topic Interests

Registry ServicesDomain ManagementPolicy & RegulationDomain NamesNew TLDsLawWhoisICANNInternet GovernancePrivacyDNSMultilinguismRegional RegistriesUDRP

Recent Blogs

Accreditation & Access Model For Non-Public Whois Data

ICANN Must Now Decide String Similarity Question

"Do's and Don'ts": Commenting on New gTLD Applications

Domain Registrars & Registries: Don't Say You Weren't Warned

Popular Posts

"Do's and Don'ts": Commenting on New gTLD Applications

Domain Registrars & Registries: Don't Say You Weren't Warned

Accreditation & Access Model For Non-Public Whois Data

ICANN Must Now Decide String Similarity Question