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4 November 2022

Appropriate Reappropriation: Athens and Benin

By Amalyah Keshet ‘We Reappropriated What Belongs to Us’: Congolese Artists Minted NFTs of a Colonial-Era Sculpture – and the Museum That Owns It Is Not Happy. Digital Repatriation  Like […]

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24 October 2022

“Nothin’ can stop me”: Copyright licences, M People, and the Conservative Party Conference

By Thomas G. C. Hood The unauthorised use of pop music tracks at political party conferences has become a staple of news reporting during conference season in the UK. This […]

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21 October 2022

Visit us at the Museum Association’s Conference 2022

3 – 5 November 2022, Edinburgh Conference Centre We are delighted to confirm that Naomi Korn Associates will be having a stand at the Museums Association’s 2022 Conference taking place at Edinburgh International Conference Centre […]

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13 October 2022

Government says it wants to unblock business by flushing GDPR down the drain

Following on from the pausing of the Data Reform Bill, Michelle Donelan, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, announced plans for a “British data protection system”. She […]

10 October 2022

Introducing Lawrence Bickers, Senior Consultant

We’re very pleased to announce that Lawrence Bickers has joined us as Senior Consultant at Naomi Korn Associates. Lawrence is an experienced IP professional with over 20 years in a […]

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7 October 2022

Conservators & Copyright 2:  More on Moral rights

By Amalyah Keshet Discussing the conservation of Maurizio Cattalan’s notorious work “Comedian” and other perishable art works, Lena Stringari, the Guggenheim Museum’s chief conservator, has commented: How does one care for […]

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23 September 2022

The Role of IP In Assisting the Economic Recovery – Case study 8: Transport

The following case study is based on the assessment of Naomi Korn Associates Ltd and Mathys & Squire Consulting at the time it was produced (November 2021). The contents should not be […]

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9 September 2022

Conservators & Copyright

By Amalyah Keshet On 5 October 2018, the artist known as Banksy witnessed the performance of his then-latest stunt: the shredding of a print of his street-art painting, “Girl with […]

8 September 2022

Out with the old, in with the new… Prime Minister

By Jess Pembroke, Head of Data Protection  Key bills relating to data protection and human rights have been delayed or shelved under Liz Truss.  The new Prime Minister will undoubtably bring […]

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25 August 2022

Industries who have experienced challenges during the covid-19 crisis and the role that IP has played – Case study 7: Manufacturing

(C) Naomi Korn Associates & Mathys & Squire 2022. Some Rights Reserved. These case studies are licensed for reuse under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike Licence. […]

18 August 2022

Controlled Digital Lending Feasibility Report

1. Executive Summary Lending of digitised copies of library collections is controversial, with proponents and opponents disagreeing over whether digital lending is just an extension of a core library activity or […]

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12 August 2022

What museums may have learned from NFTs

By Amalyah Keshet “David Hockney does not participate in or collaborate in the creation of any NFTs (Non-fungible Tokens). Any NFT of a Hockney work or derivative of his works […]

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