The continued proliferation and distribution of digitized content has greatly enhanced the use of online and wireless-accessed media. But it has also led to heightened concerns about intellectual property. Rapid technological changes continue to have a profound impact on core issues such as content ownership, protection, rights, and use.
In addition, consolidation within the industry, coupled with the evolving roles of managers, talent, and agents, has created enormous potential for conflicts of interest. The result: a new level of complexity in the often very high stakes business of entertainment, media, gaming, and sports.
Competition and the Cable Industry
In "The Changing Face of Cable Television," Managing Principal Tasneem Chipty explains antitrust concerns associated with the Comcast/NBC Universal deal.
Through our casework in hundreds of disputes, we understand the unique characteristics of the television, movie and video, music, and Internet industries. Our long history in litigations involving leading software players has given us firsthand knowledge of the complexities of assessing damages related to applications and products employing multiple and interrelated patented technologies.