Technological advances have driven a quick evolution of the media and publishing industries. Our attorneys guide companies through laws, business practices, and regulatory requirements that change quickly to keep pace with that evolution.
Supporting the Industry’s Business and Creative Sides
We leverage our strong knowledge of the media and publishing worlds, providing support to both the creative and business sides of the industry. Our attorneys represent clients in a diverse range of matters that include:
Backed by experienced business and litigation teams, our attorneys counsel clients in all types of business and transactional matters related to media and publishing law. We defend advertising agencies, book and magazine publishers, electronic media, and newspapers facing legal disputes.
We also draft contractual agreements that include author or writer contracts, advertising contracts, and purchase agreements; the terms and conditions we develop protect our clients and limit their liability.
We have a team of attorneys that advise clients on a range of advertising matters associated with the creation and distribution of advertising, marketing, and promotional materials across all digital and print media. Because we stay current on the latest industry guidelines and government regulations, we are well equipped to advise clients from the conceptualization through delivery of advertising campaigns. We handle matters that include:
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Since 1976, we’ve been serving individuals, businesses and communities through the greater Lehigh Valley. Learn more about us.
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