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Robert Taylor

Copyright Lawyer at Cubism Law

London , United Kingdom

About Me

Robert’s practice encompasses media and entertainment contract drafting and negotiating - ranging from creative, talent and production contracts in TV, film and theatre to investment and project structuring work. Robert has a strong interest in new media and has advised numerous start up internet companies in sectors ranging from eBooks to fashion. Robert also advises on rights infringement disputes for the creative industries and commercial and technology copyright based disputes.Robert founded the niche employment and media law firm Barclay Taylor in 2006 along with Nicki Barclay, prior to that he was called to the Bar in 2001 and cross qualified as a solicitor in 2006.

Prior to qualifying as a lawyer, Robert was a professional scriptwriter, writing numerous episodes of ChuckleVision and the sitcom ‘Out of Tune’. Robert also worked in partnership with Rory Clark on Farcical Films creating comedy shows and projects throughout the 90s.

Robert is currently the President of the Federation of Screenwriters in Europe and was formerly Chair of the Writers' Guild of Great Britain during which time he established the Writers' Digital Payments Limited and the Writers' Foundation (UK). 

Robert is currently advising Monty & Co an app based puppet TV series for pre-school kids

Robert Taylor's Passles

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Copyright scandal rocks Spanish TV industry

The scandal involves musical publishers, TV stations and the Spanish Society of Authors and Publishers. 

Normally, you would expect these...

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Differences in Copyright: UK v Europe

This is an interesting case.

This case highlights a division between copyright law in UK and in other parts of Europe.

The UK has a ‘closed...

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Just 20% of Executives Monitor Their Trademarks

Here are the findings of a market survey into C-level executives on trademark infringement carried out across mainland European countries...

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Jaguar Accuses Puma of Trademark Infringement

Two iconic brands I would say, well OK certainly one. 

I am just surprised Puma would even flirt with such a recognisable brand image of...

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Was 2 Years Now 10 Years For Copyright Infringement!

The Digital Economy Act has just come into force raising the maximum sentence for copyright infringement from two years to ten years. 

The...

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