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Our lawyers in Zimbabwe are at the forefront of advising the media, sport and entertainment industries, including on finance, borrowing, investment and corporate issues, production and rights acquisitions, exploiting media rights, staging and exploiting live sports and other events, intellectual property protection and enforcement, regulatory and administrative issues, antitrust and competition law, stadium and arena development and on the resolution of disputes.
We advise leagues, clubs, franchise owners, eSports providers, broadcasters, advertisers, international and national governing bodies, rights holders, agencies and promoters, studios, distributors, event promoters, sponsors, investors, banks and other leading corporations and individuals.
Experience has included advising:
- Advising the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) on the proposed dissolution of the previous Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) and the permissibility and applicable processes in respect of such dissolution.
- A Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Tokyo Japan on a dispute pertaining to a copyright infringement/passing off by a Zimbabwean company of its trademarked television program.
- Zimpapers Pvt Ltd Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Ltd, the oldest and largest media house in Zimbabwe which publishes 13 newspaper titles and runs a broadcasting division, on a number of employment related issues.
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