Rights managed. Simply.

Specialists in copyright, data protection
and licensing

In a nutshell

What we do

We are specialists in copyright, data protection and licensing, helping our clients manage their rights and privacy responsibilities. Using the practical, holistic approach we have developed over the last 15 years, we integrate legal, commercial, information governance and technical expertise, supporting our clients’ long-term compliance and sustainability, through better organisational rights and privacy management.


Consulting, training & rights clearance

Our broad range of flexible practical services provide end-to-end support for our clients from awareness raising, to compliance and asset exploitation. On-demand as well as project-based services and training enable our clients to access support across all our different advice areas, whilst our affordable retained services allow clients to mix and match between our copyright, data protection and licensing expertise as well as our consultancy and training packages.

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Our Clients

Who we work with

For over 15 years we have provided copyright, data protection and licensing expertise to a wide range of international and UK based organisations, creators and art collectors.

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Why us?

Our exceptional team of leading specialists seamlessly bridge compliance with commercial, technical and legal expertise for effective support.

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Keep up with us on Twitter

Our work on the @UKSCL #UKSCL uncovered widespread university practices and policies regarding #copyright. At worst there was a naivety about the fact that researchers were routinely asked to sign away at publication


TalkTalk got a record £400,000 fine for not declaring a customer data breach. This was back in 2015 under the Data Protection Act 1998. #GDPR is an evolution of privacy laws not a revolution. One year on, the GDPR hype must be contextualised.


TalkTalk customer details found online

Personal details for 4,545 TalkTalk customers stolen during a 2015 data breach are accessible online.


SMEs that use intellectual property rights have 21 % more chances to grow, a new EUIPO-@EPOorg study finds: https://t.co/pAtfqD2KZu

And we’re off! @ELegalDeposit symposium in Cambridge - opened by @CamUniLibrarian #npld #elegaldeposit #DigLibFutures - later we’ll be launching our report on users and access to systematic preservation of digital publications, which libraries save so well for us.

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