Media Law

Your intellectual property can now be seen or used by millions of people all over the world within minutes… Our Media Law experts provide commercial, practical and innovative support to help you remain in control.

“Our practice covers Television and Digital Media and we advise a range of clients from large production companies to owner-managed businesses. Together with the firm’s corporate, property, litigation and employment teams, our team are able to provide a full service offering to our media clients to cover all their legal requirements.”
Duncan White, Associate Solicitor

Our Media Law experience

Nash & Co has considerable experience advising on the development, financing, production and exploitation of cross-platform content. Both the online and broadcast companies have a reputation for glamour, but we know that it’s business as usual; we understand the pressure on businesses and their in-house legal departments to deliver quickly and in line with the production needs.

And how do we know this?

The team at Nash & Co have worked in-house for an award-winning production company. Our lawyers have first-hand and extensive experience with some of the largest media businesses in the UK, operating in a cross-platform environment; this means our lawyers approach their work with a comprehensive understanding of the industry.

Tell me more?

We provide flexible, cost-effective and reliable legal services to media businesses of all shapes and sizes with a wide range of requirements. Whatever your question or need, contact our team to find out how you can benefit from our full-service offering.

As the relationship between content providers and content consumers continues to evolve, having a decent media lawyer on board is a no-brainer.

Please contact Duncan White to discuss how we can help you. His email address is [email protected] or you can call him on 01752 827057.

Legal 500"Nash & Co provides legal advice to the television production industry including financing, production and exploitation of television content. Duncan White and Tim Jackman both joined the firm in January 2017 from Twofour Group which is part of ITV. Highlights include providing support to Label1 television who produce the television programme Hospital which aired on BBC. This involved advising on contempt, privacy and the correct police procedure under PACE due to the fact that the programme had been filming at St Mary’s Hospital when Khalid Masood was admitted to A & E after the Westminster terror attack. Clients include Twofour Group and Boom Cymru TV."