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About Tamar Shafran
Tamar Shafran is an intellectual property lawyer at RPC. She studied Government and Law at the London School of Economics and trained and qualified as a solicitor at Denton Wilde Sapte LLP. Her experience covers a wide range of intellectual property rights, both contentious and non contentious. Tamar has a particular interest in privacy issues and has frequently advised on data protection law, website terms and conditions and confidentiality. She has also delivered seminars on IP rights and written numerous articles in IP journals including European Intellectual Property Law Review and the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice.
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