MERGE is a group of DIGITAL ASSET EVENTS with a focus on current trends in a holistic manner, and different technologies, segments, and sectors.  MERGE attendees, speakers, and sponsors can audit different but adjacent technology disciplines and build meaningful ROLODEX DIVERSITY while exploring new regions of opportunity.

MERGE will take place within the entirety of the Grand Ballroom space at the Hilton Lake Buena Vista, located in Orlando, Florida.

Registered attendees will be treated to a variety of content that comes from the different shows and events and group meetings that are occurring during MERGE, as well as keynotes, panels and networking activities.

Interested in sponsoring? There are some last-minute options available.

Meanwhile, check out MERGE.SHOW for more information, and stay tuned!

[Please note, Schedule may be subject to small changes]
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Zak Muscovitch

Toronto, Canada Area
Zak Muscovitch is the principal of The Muscovitch Law Firm which operates DNattorney.com. Zak has practiced international domain name law since 1999.

Zak represents parties in domain name leasing transactions and has completed leasing arrangements for domain names valued in the millions of dollars. Zak also represents buyers and sellers in high value major website and domain name purchases. In addition to leasing and purchasing, Zak is recognized as an expert in structuring domain name development joint venture transactions.

Zak was lead counsel in numerous precedent-setting domain name court cases such as the Canadian.biz case and the Toronto.com case, and has also represented clients from all over the world in numerous ICANN UDRP domain name disputes. Among many notable UDRP decisions, Zak represented the respondent in the first case of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking in an IDN (Chinese language) domain name dispute over (LongRiver.com), a complaint brought by Hong Kong billionaire Le Ka Shing to the ADNDRC and then at WIPO. Zak has succeeded in winning cases against some of the largest corporations in the world, including Google three separate times, such as in the Groovle.com case. Zak also represents UDRP complainants in cases such as Huawei Technologies Co. v. Jingseng Hong (Huawei.ae).

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