When Gutenberg allegedly invented the printing press he would never have believed if we had told him that books today are not more than electrons floating in space and can be integrated with any other type of media such as photographs, movies and sound, media he had not heard of either. Today, books and newspapers may be on the way out, to be replaced by globally accessible information collections. Our clients often operate at the forefront of these developments and therefore are confronted with society’s efforts to regulate this borderless flow and availability of information. When you are in this business you will have to be constantly on guard for traps created by changing laws and breaking court decisions in the field of copyright, database rights, freedom of information, privacy, competition and more.

We, lawyers at Brinkhof specialized in this field, want discuss with you the opportunities and prevent the pitfalls in order to keep your company at that forefront, where it belongs.