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Communications and Entertainment

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Our team in telecommunications, radiocommunication and broadcasting law works both nationally and internationally.
Our Communications and Entertainment team
Ensuring your development is at the heart of our concerns.

We work with small and medium-sized telecommunications businesses, broadcasters, business associations and creative alliances, both internationally and in Canada.

Our professionals act as strategic advisors in regulatory and government affairs. Innovative and creative, we can propose ingenious solutions to support you in the development of your business strategies.

We are here to assist you in the preparation of submissions and to represent you before the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada and the International Telecommunications Union.

Our professionals have a solid understanding of telecommunications regulations, including international rules. They are there to advise you on the best practices to apply within your organization, whether you are an innovator or a user company, particularly those advocated by the World Trade Organization, so that you can optimize the existing rules for your benefit.

We have a deep understanding of your market and can represent your interests in all areas of the entertainment industry. Whether it's negotiating, drafting, or enforcing agreements or setting up royalty documentation, we will be there to assist you.

Whether you are a telecommunications business, an information content provider, a broadcaster or an investor, our professionals can help you comply with the new regulatory requirements.

  • Advertising Law
  • Artistic Heritage
  • Entertainment and Cultural Rights
  • Entertainment Law
  • Factums and Legal Representation
  • International Organizations
  • Public International Law
  • Regulatory and Business Strategies
  • Right of Publicity
  • Telecommunications, Radiocommunications and Broadcasting Law
  • Treaty Law

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