Digital, Commerce & Creative
Realising a successful business in today’s market requires the right blend of digitisation, commercial insight and creativity.
The Digital, Commerce and Creative team is at the forefront of innovative change keeping pace with the evolving business world. Offering deep industry knowledge and expertise, the team is made of leading practitioners, rising stars and curious thinkers (many with in-house experience) with a desire to help you grow and enhance your business and navigate ever evolving regulatory landscapes.
From AI, technology, NFT’s and blockchain solutions, route to market strategies (such as platforms, agency, distribution and franchise arrangements) and IP heavy deals (such as sponsorship, branded content, talent, licensing and production deals), through to business process outsourcing, sale and purchase of goods and services, media buying, consumer and advisory matters, and regulatory investigations, we provide commercially savvy advice in a manner that helps you to cut through the complexities, manage risk and achieve your goals – that #winning outcome.
We communicate clearly and succinctly. We will tell you if something is ‘market’ or not, and we don’t shy away from numbers. We will tailor our service to your needs, which might mean an end-to-end service on a complex project or a simple ‘red flag’ report of key risks.
Our converged legal offering includes:
You can view our latest two Digital, Commerce & Creative blog posts below and our full blog here.
UK Government consults on consumer law reform11 September 2023
Even before the Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill (DMCC Bill) completes its passage through the UK parliament, the UK Government is consulting on further consumer law reform. A key purpose of the legislation under review in the consultation is to ensure consumers are provided with timely and relevant information when making decisions.
A&M webinar - Giving the green light to green claims15 June 2023
This webinar will help you navigate the current requirements when it’s time to talk green.
The International Comparative Legal Guide – Digital Business 2023 is now live and available to read online08 June 2023
The fourth edition of ICLG – Digital Business has been produced in association with Lewis Silkin's James Gill and covers key issues in digital business laws and regulations across 15 jurisdictions.
Lewis Silkin has advised Equipmake Holdings on a technology licensing deal with Sona Comstar26 May 2023
Lewis Silkin has advised Equipmake Holdings, the UK-based engineering specialist pioneering the development and production of electrification products across automotive and aerospace industries, on a licensing deal with Sona Comstar, a global automotive systems and components manufacturer, headquartered in India.
A Seat in Digital, Commerce & Creative (DCC)26 May 2023
The best part about the seat is you will be able to work on matters that you are personally passionate about – from music, fashion, sports and advertising and marketing. One of our Trainees was even able to attend the British Fashion Awards! There really is something for everyone in a seat in DCC.
JJ Shaw comments for Vogue Business on AI regulation and what brands need to know05 May 2023
Lewis Silkin's JJ Shaw explores upcoming AI regulation at UK and EU level, the key risks governments are seeking to protect against, and what this could mean for leading brands in the fashion space.
New era for UK consumers protection05 May 2023
Giles Crown has summarised the most important aspects of the proposed changes in consumer law and regulation arising from the new Digital Markets, Competition and Consumer Bill. This includes some serious additional risks for all businesses targeting UK consumers, including for the first time direct enforcement by the CMA and large potential fines.