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Data as Currency in Media Transactions – A Note from the Field

By | 29 Nov 2017

Based on personal experience, I can tell you that the best way to rile up a privacy/data protection lawyer is to talk about the best ways to use and trade personal data as a commodity.

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Film and Television Subsidies Post-Brexit

By | 29 Nov 2017

Tax credits in the United Kingdom ("UK"), including those for film and television production, are currently subject to European Union ("EU") state aid rules.

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Sports Media – Understanding the value of Reserved Rights

By | 28 Nov 2017

In an era where sport is being consumed on an ever expanding number of media, the particular rights licensed by rights holders to their licensee in media outlets are becoming more heavily negotiated.

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A new advanced approach - live blocking injunctions – The Football Association Premier League v BT and Others I and II

By | 28 Nov 2017

There have been a number of decisions in the UK Courts where internet service providers ("ISPs") have been subject to blocking orders.

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Summary of EU Commission Paper on IP and Brexit

By | 28 Nov 2017

The EU Commission Paper on IP and Brexit considers the key principles which it believes need to be in place at the date of the Withdrawal Agreement in relation to intellectual property rights.

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Update on the Audiovisual Media Services Directive

By | 24 Nov 2017

In April 2017 the European Parliament's Committee on Culture and Education voted to amend the proposal for an updated EU Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD).

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Editorial adjacency: one year on

Editorial adjacency: one year on

By | 11 Jul 2017

In an article written last year entitled ‘Protecting against detrimental placement of content online’ for this publication, Tom Guida, Partner and Head of Media and Entertainment at Fieldfisher, argued that advertising/editorial adjacency was a growing issue that deserved greater attention from content creators and advertisers.

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Groundhog Day: Preparing for a WGA Strike

Groundhog Day: Preparing for a WGA Strike

By and | 27 Apr 2017

The potential WGA strike provides a good opportunity to review force majeure clauses and attitudes towards them.

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Germany: Draft "Network Enforcement Law" to tackle hate speech and fake news

By | 05 Apr 2017

German Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection Heiko Maas attracted the attention of many lawyers and legal experts with a new draft law about enforcement within social networks.