Art & Entertainment
In today’s world of art, entertainment and sports, agreements are no longer made by handshake. The sector has attained pre-eminent economic importance and is thus vulnerable to corruption and unfair practices – or accusations of such behaviour. Issues relating to the protection and exercise of rights, the insurance of risks, economic efficiency and risk allocation, together with those of compliance, must be debated and regulated on a broad scale.
Our team has a broad range of skills and experience in advising individuals as well as public and private institutions in the domain of art and culture. Artists, event producers, museums, galleries, collectors, entertainment producers, organisers, marketers and sponsors benefit from our comprehensive range of services. Our expertise is not only designed to serve professionals but also private and pro bono activities. The lawyers at Walder Wyss play leading roles in numerous institutions and consequently have a rich array of resources and experience at their disposal.