Margie Milam

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Margie Milam is ICANN's Senior Policy Counselor.[1] She works on important policy initiatives regarding domain names, and supports the GNSO policy development efforts. Prior to this, she worked as the Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of MarkMonitor, Inc., an ICANN accredited registrar based in Boise, Idaho. She was responsible for MarkMonitor's ICANN policy initiatives. She left MarkMonitor to join ICANN's Policy Department in 2009.

When she was working for MarkMonitor she was an active user of Whois information for the purposes of MarkMonitor's registrar related business. She is experienced in providing services to financial institutions and governmental agencies to help detect phishing attacks, identify the culprits, and provide take down services.[2]

Milam is also Member of the OPOC Working Group and Internet Security Operations Community. She is interest in intellectual property, corporate securities, mergers and acquisitions.

Prior Work

She not only served as MarkMonitor's representative to the ICANN Registrar Constituency, but also served on the Internet Committee of IACC and the INTA Services Committee. Margie is a frequent speaker on intellectual property issues, and have coordinated and participated in seminars on WHOIS related issues.

Prior to joining MarkMonitor, Margie Milam was a partner with the Los Angeles global law firm, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pitman, representing many international clients with respect to general corporate and intellectual property issues.[3]

Education

  • University of Southern California Law School[4]

References

  1. ICANN Staff Bios
  2. Statements of Interest from the members of the Fast Flux Policy Development Process
  3. Margie Milam Corporate Secretary and General Counsel of MarkMonitor
  4. LinkedIn
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