Osborne Clarke is widely recognised as the leading European law firm for the interactive entertainment industry. We advise companies from every area of this sector ranging from global publishers to indie developers and have extensive experience of all of the legal and commercial issues that they face, including:
Oury Clark specialise in helping businesses set up in the UK. We are a truly unique and boutique firm delivering services to the highest standards whilst keeping commerciality and efficiency at the core of our philosophy.
Oury Clark Solicitors was founded in 1997. Based primarily in central London, thanks to its close links with Oury Clark’s other associated businesses, it is ideally placed to provide clients with a uniquely integrated service.
Premier is a full service entertainment agency, working across film, home entertainment, TV, Social and games. We challenge ourselves to break out into the mainstream, encompassing national and regional broadcast, lifestyle print and online, telling each of these sectors a truly interesting story in the UK, and across Europe. With unrivalled links to specialist press, working with the influencers of today and tomorrow, we feel we’re best placed to meet the needs of today’s evolving games industry.
We advise people who make digital things, from video games to YouTube videos and from mobile apps to enterprise software. The firm was founded in London by Jas Purewal, a lawyer and business advisor to digital entertainment and technology companies with a decade of experience and contacts from working in the City of London, Europe and Silicon Valley.
Purewal & Partners was established with the following principles:
Russells is a leader in the fields of entertainment and media law. The Digital Media and Technology Department provides a full range of advice on both contentious and non-contentious matters to individuals and businesses, from start-ups to multi-nationals, across all digital, gaming and social media platforms.
Sheridans' Computer Games Group boasts several leading lawyers in the interactive sector. The Group specialises in all aspects of interactive media entertainment and technology including computer and video games, digital media, online business and ecommerce.
The specialist Computer Games Group at Sheridans is described as "hugely impressive" by Develop magazine, working with clients such as Mojang, Splash Damage, Sumo Digital, Slightly Mad Studios, Hello Games and Playdead.