Music is changing, from the way it’s created, to how it’s developed and distributed. The industry has undergone a transformation as it has adapted to the digital world, and is now moving into a new phase of harnessing technology to its benefit. With deep sector expertise and an understanding of the latest trends, we’ll work with you in perfect harmony to help you navigate the rapidly evolving world of music.
Our international music group operates across Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, providing you with practical advice and solutions wherever you’re located.
As a group of music lovers, we thrive on working with and for the artists and creators who are where the music starts, as well as record labels, music publishers and other rights owners; music events companies; collecting societies and investors. The one thing our clients tend to have in common is a desire to do things differently.
Whether you’re entering an emerging market or looking to sing above the noise of an established audience base, we’ll help you navigate the complexities of music rights and royalties, music financing, sponsorship, NFTs, copyright law, blockchain technologies, licensing, tax and more.
For more information on how we can help you get the most from your music, get in touch with one of the team below.
Chambers Europe 2018
Chambers Europe 2017
Firm, Legal 500 2017
UK, Legal 500, 2016
Chambers UK 2016
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