Jeff Neuman

Jeff Neuman

Founder & CEO, JJN Solutions
Joined on October 3, 2007 – United States
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Jeff Neuman has been instrumental in providing policy assistance and advice in the fields of internet governance, intellectual property protection and domain name policy since the mid-1990s.  He has served in key business, policy and legal roles in the domain name industry more than 25 years.

Currently, Mr. Neuman is the Founder and CEO of JJN Solutions, LLC., a consultancy focusing on legal and policy services related to online brand protection, domain name management, intellectual property licensing and enforcement.  Prior to JJN Solutions, Mr. Neuman served as Senior Vice President of Com Laude USA / Valideus USA, where he served as the lead executive responsible for the registry management and domain name portfolio business in North America.

Before Com Laude, Mr. Neuman led Neustar’s domain name registry business responsible for nearly $100M of business.  He spearheaded Neustar’s new gTLD Program where he led their efforts to secure more than 350 new brand and open gTLDs.  Earlier at Neustar, he led the legal team for Enterprise, Media and Registry Services where he was responsible for the oversight of all legal and policy matters for these organizations.

Mr. Neuman is a frequent speaker on domain name and other intellectual property matters and is well known within the ICANN community.  He currently serves as a Co-Chair of the policy development process looking at the launch of new gTLDs and oversees more than 200 members on the committee.


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