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Media and Entertainment

The Firm acts for some of India’s biggest companies, International corporations and well-known individuals in the media and entertainment space covering diverse areas such as telecom, television broadcasting, film and television production, online and app-based music streaming services, talent, song writers, Collective Management Organisations, Music Labels, Music publishers as well as in areas such as Advertising, Content Regulation, Gaming, Sports Rights etc.

Each practice area of the firm is deployed to advise and support the Firm’s TMT clients in additional areas such as technology clearance/patents, branding strategies or enforcement strategies. The combination of a cutting-edge litigation team and advisory, commercial transactions practices also allows clients the ability to leverage each practice depending on their needs.

The Firm’s members are considered experts in the media sector and are valued advisors to Industry leaders in India. As a testament to their standing, during the 2012 amendments to the Copyright Act, 1957, members of the Firm were invited as expert witnesses by the Parliamentary Standing Committee. The Firm’s Policy reform and advocacy expertise group supports client aspirations and expectations by making effective cases for legislative change or restraint through effective content pitch documents strategized from a policy perspective.

Practice Contacts

Saikrishna Rajagopal, Managing Partner |

Ameet Datta, Partner (Trade Secrets, Confidentiality and Data Breach) |

Monica Datta, Partner (Practice Lead) |

Sidharth Chopra, Partner (Practice Lead) |

Thomas George, Partner (Mumbai) |

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