Karna Fog assists Norwegian and international businesses with advice on IT contracts, privacy issues, public acquisitions, information security, intellectual property rights (IP) and other issues related to law and technology. She also assists employers and employees with labour law issues.
Karna has a LL.M. degree in ICT law from the University of Oslo that encompasses courses in robot regulation, internet governance, privacy and data protection, cybersecurity regulation and legal technology: artificial intelligence and law.
She has also studied social economics and completed a course in “Patenting and Commercialization of Biotech and Medtech Inventions” at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), as well as “Object-oriented programming” at the University of Oslo.
|2021 - 2022||,|
|2021||Associate, Brækhus Advokatfirma|
|2019 - 2021||,|
|2020||LL.M. (Master of Laws), Information and Communication Technology Law, University of Oslo|
|2020||Master of Laws, University of Bergen|
|2019||Economics and the single course "Patenting and Commercialization of Biotech and MedTech Inventions", Norwegian University of Science and Technology|
|2019||Single course "Object-oriented programming", University of Oslo|
|2017||Bachelor of Laws, University of Agder|
|2022||Author of templates and guides for Intellectual Property, Juridika, Universitetsforlaget|
|2022||No trademark or unfair competition law protection for traditional Oslo restaurant’s name and logo, confirms Supreme Court|
|2022||Supreme Court confirms that purchase of competitors’ trademarks as keywords on search engines does not violate unfair competition law|
|2021||New rules strengthen fight against illegal counterfeit goods|
|2021||Purchase of competitors’ trademarks as keywords on Google and other search engines does not violate unfair competition law|