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[comments-wgb] Sunrise Plus Twenty Proposal

My name is Brinton M. Scott.  I am a senior associate at Denton Wilde
Sapte in Beijing, China, a London based law firm with offices throughout
Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.  I specialize in intellectual
property issues in the People's Republic of China for a number of
multinational corporations with broad interests here.  I serve on the
Special Internet Committee for the International Trademark Association
and the DNS Subcommittee which works on domain name related issues.
I have read the Sunrise Plus Twenty proposal recently posted on the WG B
list serve and I support position.  I hope that the Names Counsel will
recommend this compromise position to the ICANN Board for action at its
next Board meeting in Japan.

Kindest regards,

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