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How to protect your media rights

Media law, also known as entertainment or communication law, is a specialised field that deals with the legal aspects of media and communications.

This includes traditional forms of media such as print, broadcast, and film, as well as newer forms such as social media and online platforms.

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Why protect your content rights

Protecting your creative content. Safeguarding your creative content against theft and misuse

Advising on complex media contracts

Advising on copyright and fair use

Obtaining legal opinion for films insurance policies

Navigating complex media regulations

Why protect your content rights

As specialists in media law, we’ve witnessed numerous cases where individuals and organisations have either lost out on or successfully defended their intellectual property (IP). As individuals and businesses navigate the constantly evolving landscape of media, it is essential to understand their rights and responsibilities under the law.

This is where media law lawyers come in – trained legal professionals who specialise in protecting the rights of their clients in the media industry. From libel and privacy issues to copyright infringement and censorship, media law lawyers play a crucial role in ensuring that their clients' rights are safeguarded. In this article, we will explore the role of media law lawyers and how they can help individuals and businesses protect their media law rights.

Protecting your creative content. Safeguarding your creative content against theft and misuse

Cohen Davis offers specialised services in protecting intellectual property in today's digital environment. The firm assists clients with copyright registration, implementing watermarks and digital rights management (DRM) tools, and provides robust legal counsel for addressing unauthorised use of content.

This comprehensive approach ensures that creators can safeguard their work and maintain their rights.

Advising on complex media contracts

The firm is proficient at navigating the intricacies of media contracts. Their expertise covers a wide range of agreements including content licensing, distribution deals, talent agreements, and production deals.

They focus on protecting clients' rights and interests, ensuring that contracts are legally sound and beneficial.

Advising on copyright and fair use

Offering guidance on both copyright laws and fair use, Cohen Davis helps clients understand and navigate the complexities of licensing, defend against infringement claims, and make informed decisions about fair use in the digital landscape. This service is crucial for creators and businesses in managing their intellectual property.

Obtaining legal opinion for films insurance policies

Recognising the unique challenges in film production, the firm provides legal opinions for film insurance policies. They review scripts for potential legal issues and advise on the best coverage options to mitigate risks and liabilities, ensuring that film projects are well-protected.

Navigating complex media regulations

At Cohen Davis, we offer specialised guidance for clients navigating the complex regulatory landscape of the UK media industry. Our services include understanding and complying with regulations from bodies like Ofcom and IPSO, assisting in launching new broadcasting channels, guiding through the licensing process, and ensuring adherence to broadcasting codes and content standards.

We also provide strategic advice for operational aspects, including content management and negotiations for digital platforms. Our comprehensive approach aims to help clients successfully establish and manage their presence in the UK media sector.

Call us free now on 08006127211 to book your consultation with one of our specialist media lawyers or click here for a call back.

Producing a documentary - legal support

Legal and financial help in producing a documentary

Here at Cohen Davis Solicitors, we understand that bringing a documentary film to audiences is an intricate process that involves navigating a complex web of legal issues.

From copyright clearances to distribution deals, our experienced team is here to handle every aspect of legal work so you can focus on the creative side of production. Whether you're in the early development stages or ready to launch your film worldwide, our experts have the skills to move your project forward. Here is a taste of the unique services we offer to documenary makers.

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Insights from notable Digital Licensing cases

Insights from notable Digital Licensing cases

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Rights clearance in media law

Rights clearance in media law

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The significance of collective agreements in media law

The significance of collective agreements in media law

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Deciding between licensing content and acquiring exclusive rights

Deciding between licensing content and acquiring exclusive rights

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Acquiring exclusive rights as a content creator

Acquiring exclusive rights as a content creator

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Acquiring exclusive rights in digital content

Acquiring exclusive rights in digital content

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An overview of licensing digital content

An overview of licensing digital content

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Navigating the Licensing Landscape

Navigating the Licensing Landscape: Strategies for Streaming Platforms

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How to protect your rights when licensing content for media production

How to protect your rights when licensing content for media production

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How to protect your creative rights

In-depth strategies to help you protect your creative rights

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Advising on copyright and fair use

Advising on copyright and fair use in UK media law

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