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Music, Entertainment & Events

Specialists in Events Licencing Law

The Music, Entertainment and Events sectors are some of the fastest growing and most innovative in the UK and, as a consequence, the legal landscape is constantly changing so we work even harder to keep pace.

Our specialist team of Entertainment and Events 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 music, entertainment, 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:

  • Registration, protection and exploitation of intellectual property rights, including trade marks, copyright, and design rights
  • Website law, social media law policies and terms of business
  • Event licensing
  • Contracts (artist, publishing, recording, development, management, sponsorship, etc.)
  • Joint ventures and collaborative agreements

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