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Do you know what the new 2016 EU Copyright legislation means for your publishing organisation? And is your staff’s knowledge up to date? Will you allow for Text and Data Mining (TDM)? And how do you deal with the collaborative scholarly networks? Are there other copyright questions you need answers for, such as queries about (A&I) databases, linking and internet providers? It is essential to have the right information to take the right decisions and directions. What is the most recent case law in the EU, the US or Canada? Will Brexit mean anything for your copyright decisions in licensing agreements, authors or society contracts?
Allrightsonline.com has a publishing and licensing background. Part of our strength is to be up-to-date about recent legislative and case law copyright developments through continuing education on Intellectual Property and Technology Law, networking and copyright conference attendances. We have designed and presented many in-house copyright trainings for both junior and senior publishing staff members in editorial, publishing, marketing, finance and product development, taking into account that each department and part of the business looks at copyright from a different perspective. In addition we held presentations about TDM, e-publishing for the (former) Dutch Book Trade organization VOB and co-organised the first Summer Schools on Digital Libraries with Tilburg University in The Netherlands. Both of us have strong cross-cultural practical and educational backgrounds having key capabilities in training & education in multicultural organisations. The answers to your questions are absolutely invaluable and provide lasting benefits to your organisation.