Our specialist team of digital and creative solicitors know that the law can sometimes seem to slow down the creative process, but we work with our clients to provide a framework within which they can operate secure in the knowledge that a legal safety net is in place to protect their business.
At Harrison Drury, we have experience in dealing with a range of matters on behalf of companies operating in digital development, online communications, social media law, marketing communications, app development, branding and design, event management and the arts.
We know brand name and identity are crucial to the success of your business, and we can offer a range of solutions to help protect your intellectual property. Our team can guide you through the many regulations which govern the online world, from the distance selling regulations for online purchasing, to protecting your online content.
Services we provide within the digital and creative sector include:
Pop group Duran Duran recently lost a High Court battle to reclaim copyright to some of their most famous songs. Jack Stephenson, from Harrison Drury’s […]read more >
Modern manufacturing techniques are changing the way businesses make goods, but do they also increase the risk of your products being copied? Nick Booth, head […]read more >
Unsurprisingly the Wills Act 1837 does not cover what happens to your online presence when you die. Harrison Drury’s James Dickinson examines some of the […]read more >
Digital and creative businesses rely on EU-wide protection of their intellectual property. David Filmer, the head of our digital and creative team, discusses the implications […]read more >
New rules surrounding online content will change the way digital firms handle complaints about their products and services. The new Consumer Rights Act 2015 (CRA), […]read more >
Large businesses that are used to negotiating contracts on a day-to-day basis will no doubt be familiar with the legal pitfalls involved. They may have […]read more >
Just because a company has or is about to enter an insolvency process does not necessarily mean that all is lost. I have been involved […]read more >
A recent High Court case has shed more light on the circumstances in which an employer may be liable for psychiatric illness caused by occupational […]read more >
Government increases in some civil court fees are due to come into effect from March 9, 2015, and will have a big financial impact on […]read more >