The sports industry attracts increasingly innovative broadcasting, sponsorship and merchandising deals. At the same time, new technologies are constantly expanding the commercial playing field and reaching new global audiences.
The Keystone Sports team has the broad commercial knowledge and detailed sector insight that sports clients need to make consistently good decisions in a fast-moving environment. We are also able to draw on advice and support of colleagues in litigation, corporate, tax, employment, competition and other areas of law when circumstances demand.
Our clients in this sector range from sports governing bodies, rights holders and sponsors, to stadium operators, clubs, broadcasters and brands. We also advise individual sportsmen and women.
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Jacqueline is a general commercial litigator with particular experience in sport (including equestrian sports and football) and entertainment (in particular, the music industry).
Paul is an experienced commercial lawyer. Paul has extensive experience in Dispute Resolution, Insolvency and Sports and Entertainment. Paul has regularly advised blue chip PLC’s, SME’s, family businesses and individuals.
Duccio represents a wide number of high-net worth individuals and families, as well as entrepreneurs and owner-managed/family businesses. A particular area of emphasis is advising clients operating in high-profile sectors (sports, entertainment, fashion), often in an international setting.
Rachel brings over 20 years of experience to the firm as a horseracing and equine sports lawyer.
Leigh is an experienced international lawyer. Having spent many years as a leader and partner in leading international law firms, as well as in-house, his client portfolio comprises governments, companies and high-net-worth individuals on matters involving international development and project finance, production supply ventures, and commercial and compliance issues.