Media law has developed over the last decades as a “cross-sectional matter” from different areas of law and has gained independence. Today, this includes not least the law of the press and broadcasting, the law of musical works and the law concerning multimedia platforms. The objectives of media law include ensuring non-discriminatory access and the protection of diversity of opinion, as well as the protection of minors or personal rights.
The constant interplay of traditional and modern, mostly digital media as well as the increasing dynamics of mass communication lead to a high demand for legal advice. Because no matter whether you are a company, a public figure or a private individual, we are all confronted almost daily with the advantages and disadvantages of (digital) mass communication.