Complaints under the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy may be submitted to any approved dispute-resolution service provider listed below. Each provider follows the Rules for Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy as well as its own supplemental rules. To go to the web site of a provider, click on its name below:
Dispute Proceedings/Decisions: http://www.adndrc.org/mten/UDRP_Decisions.php
Supplemental Rules: http://www.adndrc.org/mten/img/pdf/Supplemental_Rules_26_07_2012_en.pdf [PDF, 270 KB]
Dispute Proceedings/Decisions: http://domains.adrforum.com/decision.aspx
Supplemental Rules: http://domains.adrforum.com/users/icann/resources/UDRP%20Supplemental%20Rules%20eff%20March%201%202010.pdf [PDF, 53 KB]
Dispute Proceedings/Decisions: http://www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains/search/index.html
Supplemental Rules: http://www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains/rules/
Dispute Proceedings/Decisions: http://udrp.adr.eu/adr/decisions/index.php
Supplemental Rules: http://udrp.adr.eu/arbitration_platform/udrp_supplemental_rules.php
The ACDR was approved as a UDRP dispute resolution service provider on 18 May 2013. The ACDR anticipates that it will be open to receive disputes as of 1 January 2014. Links to ACDR Supplemental Rules and Decisions will be provided as they are available.
The above approved providers are in effect until further notice at this web page.
Dispute Proceedings/Decisions: http://cpradr.org/FileaCase/CPRsNeutrals/DomainNameICANNDisputes.aspx
Dispute Proceedings/Decisions: http://www.disputes.org/
Information on ICANN's Relationships With UDRP Providers
Issues relating to Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy ("UDRP") and uniformity of providers started to arise within ICANN in 2010. Commenters raised concerns regarding how ICANN can and should enforce uniformity among the approved UDRP providers. In response, ICANN committed to a review of its relationship with UDRP providers. A memo [PDF, 60 KB] on the UDRP providers and issue uniformity of process is available as a result of that review.