Digital & Social Media
As Digital and Social Media continues to disrupt and provide challenges and opportunities across the Media and Entertainment industries, we are perfectly placed to understand the issues and provide converged and innovation solutions and advice.
Our multidisciplinary team combines deep experience around online, mobile and social platforms with expertise and skills from TV, publishing, games and ad/marketing backgrounds.
We act for digital producers, leading social media platforms, MCNs, YouTubers, digital publishers, social talent and influencers and games developers, as well as brands, agencies, retailers, traditional TV companies, magazine and news publishers as they go through their own digital transformation journeys.
In doing so we provide strategic and commercial advice in relation to all aspects of the creation, funding and distribution of content across all digital platforms.
CDM 2015: Who is the Principal Designer?01 August 2017
By now, everyone is familiar with The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (“Regulations”). However, there still seems to be confusion as to who should fulfil the role of the Principal Designer (“PD”).
How to deal with Twitter spats: Katie Hopkins' expensive mistake04 April 2017
Divisional Managing Partner, Giles Crown and Associate, Oliver Fairhurst have written an article for The Lawyer Monthly which comments on Katie Hopkins' recent twitter spat turned libel battle with food blogger Jack Monroe.
Nigel Dewar Gibb comments for Music & Copyright: Copyright issues in audio streaming stem from complicated digital royalty structures03 March 2017
Nigel Dewar Gibb has written an article for Music & Copyright, a fortnightly research service covering global copyright and legal issues affecting the music industry.
Google vs Header - Bidders from the perspective of publishers28 November 2016
Google’s domination of the technology behind serving adverts onto websites continues to grow. But the relatively new and fast growing header bidding technology may just disrupt that. Should Google be worried? And what is best for publishers?