Blog Post 06.19.18
Our client base includes content owners, developers, and distributors; video game publishers; interactive entertainment companies, developers and publishers; investors with an interest in social media startups; social media websites; brand companies that use social media; colleges and universities; individuals and companies that work in digital media and entertainment; and web-based music platforms. We advise clients on both traditional and nontraditional legal questions raised by new technologies, informed by an in-depth understanding of and experience in addressing the business, legal and technology issues unique to social media.
Our services include advising on and assisting with:
Working in partnership the Delaware Department of State to implement the state’s Blockchain Initiative, which seeks to enable all Delaware corporations to issue shares using the same technology that underlies the virtual currency Bitcoin.
Represented Business Insider in its $343 million sale to German media company Axel Springer SE.
Representing a media company in an indemnity matter arising out of a lawsuit alleging copyright infringement and unfair competition in connection with online radio stations.