The digital transformation age we live in is producing technological disruption in the areas of new media and entertainment at an unprecedented rate. Ultra-high definition, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, robotics, big data analytics, tailored content delivery and fan-centric business-models are some of the innovations presently causing huge changes to traditional models for the production, marketing, publication, dissemination and exploitation of media and content. In the face of an increasingly-demanding consumer base, businesses need to leverage these next-generation technologies to drive growth, increase stakeholder value and stay relevant.
At CNPLaw, we advise on the full lifecycle of rights acquisition, content development, production, financing, sponsorship, distribution, licensing and commercial exploitation of content and data, including IP protection, confidentiality and privacy issues.
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CNPLaw LLP advised a Singapore graphic design company with headquarters in the US on securing additional financing via a share subscription by a foreign investor.
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- CNPLaw advised a Hong Kong listed gaming company on the purchase of convertible notes in a Singapore cloud-based solutions company
- CNPLaw advised RELX Singapore on collaboration with Walt Disney
- CNPLaw advised a multinational media and digital marketing communications company on the commercial use of the clients’ proposed trademark
- CNPLaw advised local producer on equity investment and co-production agreement
- CNPLaw acted for Reed Exhibitions in its establishment of an Indonesian joint-venture with Panorama Exhibitions
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The Media and Entertainment Team
Stephen heads the firm’s technology, media and entertainment team and co-heads the corporate finance team. He has more than two decades of experience, acquired both in-house and in private practice. For 2020, Stephen is rated by IFLR1000 as a “Notable Practitioner”.
Hazel main areas of practice include cross-border M&A, joint ventures, private equity and general corporate advisory. Hazel has advised various companies ranging from tech start-ups to blue-chip MNCs. She is recognised as a “Notable Practitioner” by IFLR1000 for 2019 and 2020.