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Telecom, media & technology lawyers in London & Thames Valley

We support businesses in the TMT sector to navigate the challenges, mitigate against real risks and take action.

Our lawyers invest time to understand your strategic objectives providing expert, pragmatic, solution-driven advice to a variety of clients in the TMT sector. We can provide services across all sectors including music, television, film, theatre, sports and athletics, advertising and sponsorship.

We can tap into experience from our corporate, intellectual property, employment, and immigration, plus our highly ranked and leading disputes team know how to intervene to prevent damage to your brand and reputation.

We can also support with:

  • Film, music & TV agreements
  • Sports and athletics contracts
  • Financing including multiple party financings, equity investments, bank and/or senior lender financings and security arrangements, shareholders’ agreement, joint ventures, SPVs
  • Sponsoring overseas and visa applications for creative artists and sportspeople

“Advice is provided promptly and is very robust.” 

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