Media and Creative Arts

CC&A advices producers, distributors and artists with the protection and execution of their IP rights.

The Firm is involved in a series of national and local artistic activities, assisting organizers, sponsors and/or artists, and provides general legal counsel in the set up of events. 

Our services include:

 ART

  • consignment and gallery contracts
  • model and location releases purchase agreements
  • copyright applications
  • licences and assignments
  • certificates of authenticity.

MUSIC

  • name protection
  • copyrights
  • recording
  • publishing and performance contracts
  • band partnership agreements
  • management contracts.

TELEVISION, RADIO, FILM & VIDEO

The Firm assisted producers and distributors in the management of media contents and events, and offer consultancy regarding:

  • production, license and distribution contracts
  • music clearance
  • project financing assistance
  • screen place protection.
  • consumer protection
  • advertasing
  • television and radio broadcasting permits
  • defamation disputes
  • freedom of speech

ADVERTISING

  • agency and production agreements
  • sponsorship contracts
  • copy review and protection from deceitful advertising.
  • on line advertasing
  • consumer protection
  • regulatority

Firm news

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20/09/2019

Nuovo Codice di condotta per i sistemi informativi gestiti da soggetti privati in tema di crediti al consumo, affidabilità e puntualità nei pagamenti

Il Garante per la protezione dei dati personali ha approvato le nuove regole per i sistemi di informazione creditizia nella digital economy, prevedendo maggiori tutele per i consumatori censiti nelle

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18/09/2019

The Oversight Board of Facebook

On September 17, 2019, Facebook announced that it has been establishing an Independent Oversight Board, describing its structure and its relationship to Facebook in the form of a charter.   This

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18/09/2019

Territorial scope of the GDPR

The territorial scope of General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) is determined by Article 3 of the Regulation and represents a significant evolution of the EU data protection law compared to the