With the rapid pace of digitalisation, the media and entertainment industry has also been presented with new challenges in recent years. The convergence of media brings with it new formats, hybrid forms of marketing and new business models. Hitherto unknown business models must be based on a solid legal foundation. Creativity and an open mind on innovation, in addition to our team’s expertise, help us answer even unfamiliar questions of law competently and quickly.
The world of platforms and communities is affected by multiple areas of law. We can provide advice and support in particular when financing and carrying out transactions and when dealing with regulatory issues, such as the Digital Service Act, and with matters relating to the users of the platforms, such as consumer protection requirements, the introduction, implementation and maintenance of pay systems, data protection compliance requirements, as well as licensing issues and everyday content issues.
Dual broadcasting system, regulation of media, reporting on suspicions, convergence of media, licensing of media content, as well as use of social media: media law is continually presented with new challenges as the media develop, raising new issues. With our expertise in the aforesaid areas and in other, closely related fields of law, we can solve such issues efficiently and expediently for our clients. When advising on new business models, we benefit greatly from our experience in digitalisation.
Influencers are an unknown variable in digital legal transactions and media marketing. We can provide comprehensive advice on all matters relating to influencers.
Matters capable of causing a media uproar increasingly require communicating via the media, in addition to legal argumentation, in order to ensure an accurate portrayal in the media. We can advise our clients on communications that have a legal aspect to them, including press releases, corrections or replies or communications in connection with social media.
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