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The sports, hotels and leisure industry operates in an ever changing world and our clients find that our proactive understanding of the sector is invaluable. Our specialist sports and leisure lawyers are drawn from our corporate, real estate, technology, banking, employment, finance, franchising, intellectual property and tax teams - creating a genuine one stop shop for clients in this sector.
Our clients include large multinational hotel chains; youth hostels; pubs, bars and restaurants; travel companies; art galleries; gyms and health clubs; professional sports clubs and stadia companies; leisure operators; financiers and investors, and hotel and leisure developers.
From corporate governance and sponsorship deals, to dealing with the media, investors, agents and maximising value from your brand, our lawyers understand your commercial challenges and deliver first class, appropriate advice that achieves your strategic objectives.
Browne Jacobson LLP’s prestigious client list includes England and Wales Cricket Board, Crawley Town FC and Donington Park Racing Circuit. The team, which has a strong track record acting for clients involved in motor racing, advised Wheatcroft Properties on securing a loan facility intended for the construction of the client’s headquarters and a track testing facility at Donington Park Racing Circuit. Peter Jones, Nigel Blackwell and Sarah Parkinson are key names in the team.
First and foremost they understand our business and the speed we need to work at. They take a pragmatic view and, although it's not always a definitive black and white case, they always come to an amicable agreement with the other side.
Sarah Parkinson is respected by peers, with clients admiring her work and praising her thorough approach. She is broadly experienced in an array of development issues but is particularly adept at advising on a range of real estate matters.
We administer over 290 companies for both UK and international clients providing cost effective and high quality company secretarial service.
Managing facilities from banks and other funders is often complex and an essential part of an organisation’s success.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest.
Intellectual property (IP) is an asset which can add significant value to your business.
Delivering a marketing campaign comprises a range of promotional ideas and materials.
Retailers have a responsibility to their consumers which goes beyond delivering quality products and services.
Organisations who wish to employ migrant workers are likely to have to apply for a Licence to Sponsor.
Many employers will require a licence to sponsor in order to be able to recruit non-EEA migrant workers and students.
The UK Visa and Immigration can audit a holder of a Licence to Sponsor at any time within the 4 year life span of that license.
Our Information Compliance Audit is a one day on-site audit carried out by one of our expert data protection lawyers.
With eye-watering financial penalties and the risk of disastrous damage to reputation, are you confident that your systems and processes would withstand the consequences of a breach?
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