When media law is mentioned, it generally refers to the law surrounding culture, broadcasting, entertainment, advertising, and telecommunications. Such media can include books, video, audio, photographs, graphics, software, databases, online publications and all manner of other content.
What are media law contracts?
The following are typical forms of media law contract:
- Publishing agreements
- Distribution agreements
- Management and PR agency agreements
- Agreements with suppliers including, designers, content providers, printers, web developers, and so on.
These agreements often focus on the the Intellectual Property rights of the parties, so it is important to obtain specialist advice from business lawyers with experience in advising clients on IP law matters.
As experienced lawyers in the digital world we are well placed to advise you on these issues
Media clients we have acted for include:
- Record labels
- International recording artists and song writers
- Publishing companies
- Management companies
- Film producers
- Media agencies
Whether you are an author looking to record your copyright before meeting with potential publishers, or a record label requiring a distribution agreement, the intellectual property and media lawyers at Ironmonger Curtis can help. Contact our specialist solicitors for more information.
The commercial solicitors at Ironmonger Curtis with Bell & Buxton are based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, and act for SME business clients across England and Wales.