The media industry is characterised by fundamental structural developments. Digital transformation and changing user behaviour demand rapid responses from companies in the industry. Commercial opportunities and risks must be noticed immediately and acted on efficiently and reliably. Innovative business models constantly present new legal issues.
That is where our strength lies. Our experienced media law team, advising over the entire industry, supports our clients in many new challenges raised by their digital transformation. We respond rapidly, efficiently and expertly in day-to-day business, in court proceedings, in transactions or regulatory issues. Our clients value our comprehensive understanding of commercial developments and new business models in the media industry.
Data protection, difficult copyright questions, competition law liability and the consistent design of new contract models are at the forefront of our advice to digital media format providers.
We have advised newspapers, periodicals and book publishers for many years on freedom of expression, publishing, copyright and competition law issues.
We support radio and TV channels not only in classical broadcasting law but also in copyright and competition law questions and all requirements arising from the digitalisation and convergence of media.
We conduct for our clients proceedings over the entire regulatory and licensing spectrum arising under the State Media Act.