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New technologies are disrupting traditional media business models, with the web providing not only distribution but an audience who are increasingly both producers and consumers of content. We know from clients that developments like these create potentially complex collaboration structures, privacy and rights issues.
Our team are actively involved with media and technology organisations, helping bridge the gap between these traditionally separate industries and enabling collaborations to flourish.
We work with a wide range of clients that are involved in all aspects of the creative industries. These include publishing digital content and developing mobile applications, websites, online advertising, social media platforms, animations and online games.
Clients look to us to advise them on a broad range of legal issues including protecting and exploiting intellectual property, negotiating commercial agreements, gaining funding and dealing with employment issues.
Partner, Head of Digital & FutureLaw Bristol