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12 August 2022

What museums may have learned from NFTs

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9 August 2022

Spanish Government buries head in sand over beach body advert error

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3 August 2022

Free Bursary Places for Train the Trainer (Copyright) Workshop – 14 September 2022, London

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29 July 2022

Industries Changing as a Result of the Pandemic and the Role of IP – Case study 6: Healthcare – Remote Patient Monitoring; Interactive Medical Services

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15 July 2022

Government proposes children’s databases that would result in extensive data sharing and invasive questions about family life

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1 July 2022

Industries who have experienced challenges during the covid-19 crisis and the role that IP has played – Case study 5: Cultural Heritage

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17 June 2022

Are NFTs Art?

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10 June 2022

Copyright Facts 

By Thomas G C Hood, IP Officer at Naomi Korn Associates Naomi Korn Associates offers a wealth of free and accessible resources about copyright and data protection. Alongside our client work, we believe that it is vital to ensure that cultural heritage organisations, educational organisations, charities and other clients that we work with are as […]

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3 June 2022

The role of IP in assisting the economic recovery – case study 4: software and cyber security companies evolving products to suit the new norm

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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 

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