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20 May 2022

How much is too much copyright? A study on open access to digital cultural heritage collections in the UK

By Amalyah Keshet According to a recent announcement, the report, A Culture of Copyright: A scoping study on open access to digital cultural heritage collections in the UK was commissioned by the Towards a National Collection  programme (TaNC) to better understand the ways in which open access shapes how the UK’s digital cultural heritage collections can be accessed […]

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16 May 2022

Introducing our new Intellectual Property Officer

We’re very pleased to announce that Thomas Hood has joined us as Intellectual Property Officer at Naomi Korn Associates. Thomas is currently training to become a barrister, beginning the Bar course at City Law School in September 2022 supported by a Bedingfield Scholarship from The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn. He was previously the Tatjana […]

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10 May 2022

The Data Reform Bill 

Photo by Edwin Andrade on Unsplash

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6 May 2022

Industries who have experienced challenges during the COVID-19 crisis and the role that IP has played – Case study 3:  Logistics

Image: Frank McKenna on Unsplash

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22 April 2022

A Missed Opportunity to Make Streaming Equitable

By Thomas G. C. Hood, Consultant Streaming is an ever growing medium for commercially distributing music. However, for years legal professionals and industry professionals have highlighted its flaws for fairly paying musicians. In May 2015, Lauri Rechardt in an article in 2015, then the Director of Licensing and Legal Policy at IFPI, stated that “music right holders […]

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8 April 2022

The role of IP in assisting the economic recovery – Case study 2: E-retail platforms

Image: Mike Petrucci

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6 April 2022

Goodbye and THANK YOU to Charles Oppenheim, Senior Consultant, Naomi Korn Associates

After over 17 years of working with Naomi Korn, including as a Senior Consultant for Naomi Korn Associates, Charles Oppenheim is retiring from consultancy work. Charles has been one of the public sector’s leading specialists in information compliance law, leading the sector on issues such as the use of Creative Commons licences, Web 2.0, GDPR, OER, […]

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25 March 2022

NFTy News, or The Emperor’s New Code

by Amalyah Keshet It seems that revisiting everyone’s favorite subject is unavoidable. Forays by museums into the NFT market continue, while revealing incidents of NFT theft, fakes, forgery, and lawsuits are populating the news. The new Seattle NFT Museum opened last month in the U.S., with exhibits and programming related to digital art. But we’re still debating questions like, […]

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11 March 2022

Industries changing as a result of the pandemic and the role of IP – Case Study 1: Catering

This case study reviews the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on SMEs (small – medium enterprises) from early 2020 through 2021. It focuses on the industries most affected by the crisis and whether intellectual property (IP) and IP management may have helped mitigate its impact through adaptation and change. It forms part of a series of […]

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21 February 2022

Introducing our new Chief Operating Officer

The staff team at Naomi Korn Associates continues to grow as we welcome Jennie Pitceathly as our new Chief Operating Officer.  Based in the Lake District, Jennie has worked in the museum sector for 18 years. She has enjoyed a portfolio career in leadership, programming, audience and workforce development, advocacy and fundraising roles for public […]

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14 February 2022

Free Bursary Places for Online Copyright Essentials Training – 21 & 28 March 2022

Naomi Korn Associates is pleased to offer two free bursary places on our forthcoming online Copyright Essentials training. As specialists in copyright, data protection and licensing we help charities, businesses and individuals manage rights, simply. We aim to actively support our community by presenting at conferences and events, developing free copyright and data protection resources […]

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11 February 2022

The Essentials of Copyright

By Bernard Horrocks, Senior Consultant Trainer of Copyright Essentials: An introduction – 21 & 28 March 2022 What is the essence of my dog, Eli?  Fast, calm, lazy, smooth, cuddly, food-fixated. Examining something’s essence helps us value it, understand it, appreciate it. So what’s the link here to copyright? Well, for those of us in the […]

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