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'''Reg Levy''' is the Director of Legal Affairs for [[Minds + Machines]]; she has held the position since 2012 and thus has been involved with the company's many [[TLD]] applications and the legal requirements inherent in [[ICANN]]'s [[new gTLD Program]] since she took up the position.<ref>[http://reglevy.com/ RegLevy.com]</ref><ref>[[ICANN 44]] Interview</ref>
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'''Reg Levy''' is Head of Compliance at [[Tucows]]. She was previously at [[MMX]] from 2012–2017, where she was Vice President of Compliance and Policy and, before that, Director of Legal Affairs.<ref>[http://reglevy.com/ RegLevy.com]</ref><ref>[[ICANN 44]] Interview</ref><ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/reglevy LinkedIn]</ref>
  
Previous positions include working with the Superior Court of Los Angeles, time as a Research Database Specialist, and legal work with Princess Cruises and also a US-based firm in Germany. The latter position focused on EU insolvency laws and involved crafting dissenting opinions to the European Court of Justice in response to the German Attorney General.
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Reg has been involved with [[TLD]] applications and the legal requirements inherent in [[ICANN]]'s [[new gTLD Program]] and previously sat on the Executive Committee of the [[Registry Stakeholder Group]] and of the [[NTAG]].<ref>[[ICANN 44]] Interview</ref><ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/reglevy LinkedIn]</ref>
  
Ms. Levy has worked in both English and German speaking environments, and also has some proficiency with French.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/reglevy LinkedIn]</ref>
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Prior to becoming involved with the ICANN Community, she worked with the Superior Court of Los Angeles, as a Research Database Specialist, and performed legal work with Princess Cruises and also a US-based firm in Germany. The latter position focused on EU insolvency laws and involved crafting dissenting opinions to the European Court of Justice in response to the German Attorney General.
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Reg has worked in both English- and German-speaking environments and also has some proficiency with French and Klingon.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/reglevy LinkedIn]</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:24, 1 July 2021

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Organization: Tucows
Affiliation: GNSO
Region: North America
Country: USA
Website:

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Reg Levy is Head of Compliance at Tucows. She was previously at MMX from 2012–2017, where she was Vice President of Compliance and Policy and, before that, Director of Legal Affairs.[1][2][3]

Reg has been involved with TLD applications and the legal requirements inherent in ICANN's new gTLD Program and previously sat on the Executive Committee of the Registry Stakeholder Group and of the NTAG.[4][5]

Prior to becoming involved with the ICANN Community, she worked with the Superior Court of Los Angeles, as a Research Database Specialist, and performed legal work with Princess Cruises and also a US-based firm in Germany. The latter position focused on EU insolvency laws and involved crafting dissenting opinions to the European Court of Justice in response to the German Attorney General.

Reg has worked in both English- and German-speaking environments and also has some proficiency with French and Klingon.[6]

Videos


Raymond King interviews Reg about the NTAG meeting and her thoughts on the Trademark Clearinghouse at ICANN 45 in Toronto, Canada.

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