The Media & Entertainment practice group is a full-service practice that focuses on the creative industries. Their clients are primarily from the worlds of music, radio & TV, film, publishing, fine art, sports, fashion and advertising.
The practice covers all the key aspects of media and entertainment: advertising, brands, broadcasters, computer games, fashion and design, digital media, film, interactive media, music, live events, sport, publishers, theatre, television and the fine arts.
Kalff Katz & Franssen’s lawyers have the necessary specialist technical know-how to advise clients on setting up, maintaining and exploiting their intellectual property rights. Our services encompass advice on brands, copyright, design rights and trade secrets.
ABOUT THE PRACTICE GROUP
The practice group can draw on expertise in information and entertainment combined with a full-service practice for corporate law and commercial law when advising on transactions in the media and entertainment sector. We advise and assist clients in mergers and acquisitions, private equity, shareholder agreements and disputes, international transactions, joint ventures, partnerships, agreements with customers and suppliers, general terms and conditions, distribution, agency and franchise agreement, e-commerce, Internet and web-related contracts, consultancy and marketing agreements, confidentiality and trade secrets, privacy issues, advertising and promotion agreements, management agreements and technology agreements.
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