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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27/10/2021

Harmonised definitions for over-the-top services indicators

During the 48th BEREC plenary meeting, the Board of Regulators adopted the “BEREC Report on harmonised definitions for indicators regarding over-the-top services, relevant to the electronic

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27/10/2021

New Sabatini Law

he "Nuova Sabatini", the measure of the Italian Ministry of Economic Development which aims to support the productive investments of small and medium-sized enterprises for the purchase of capital goods,

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27/10/2021

Anti-Money Laundering legislative package (AML)

On 22 September 2021, the EDPS published his Opinion on the European Commission’s proposed Anti-Money Laundering legislative package (AML). The proposed AML package takes a risk-based