Advertising

Members of our advertising group have a thorough grasp of the advertising business and its constantly evolving regulatory and technical environment.

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Overview

Whether in copy clearance or contractual negotiations, we balance the legal and commercial aspects of the advice we give.

We demonstrate real sensitivity to the often contrasting business and creative needs of agencies and their advertiser clients.

Our experience in providing advice on traditional and digital campaigns has a reach far beyond the UK. We have contacts with the best independent specialist advertising lawyers worldwide and we can draw upon the expertise of some of the country’s foremost entertainment, media and digital rights lawyers from our colleagues within the firm.

Expertise

Our areas of expertise include the following:

  • Client/agency agreements
  • Media-buying agreements
  • Talent agreements
  • Production agreements
  • Mobile media partnerships
  • IP rights licensing
  • Data licensing
  • EU e-commerce regulation
  • Influencers and social media engagement
  • Comparative advertising
  • Copy and content clearance
  • Complaints handling
  • Prize promotions
  • User generated content
  • Advertiser funded content
  • Advertiser funded programming
  • Defamation

KEY CONTACTS

KEY CONTACTS

Our lawyers have in-depth advertising expertise and deliver high quality, pragmatic and commercial advice.

Caroline Copeland

Caroline Copeland

Partner
Nick Eziefula

Nick Eziefula

Partner
Caroline Copeland

Caroline Copeland

Partner
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They were incredibly understanding of our unique needs and collaborated in a very flexible way. I would describe the team as very approachable and capable – they took time to listen to our requirements and made recommendations accordingly.
Legal 500
They are very commercial, really understand our business and can apply the law practically in line with our business goals.
Chambers & Partners
Every lawyer I have worked with has been friendly, approachable and willing to listen.
Chambers & Partners

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