Nalders Solicitors has a strong reputation for providing robust legal advice to sports clubs in Cornwall and the surrounding counties. We act for Truro City Football Club and Torquay United, as well as several golf, tennis and cricket clubs.
The head of our sports law team is Managing Partner, Dale Band, who himself played for England schools under 18s.
“Thank you to Dale and his team for all the work undertaken on behalf of Torquay United Football Club. We were very pleased with the level of service, speed and professionalism.”
Providing legal advice to sports clubs from beginning to end
We are a full-service firm, with a 225-year history of providing practical, commercially astute legal advice to all manner of sporting organisations. We can provide guidance on the following:
- Employment law
- Buying and selling clubs
- Transferring of players
- Dispute resolution
- Contracts for suppliers and players
- Sports by-laws and regulations
- Health and safety matters
- Incorporation of a club
- Brand management and intellectual property
- Disciplinary and anti-doping proceedings;
- Bringing and defending challenges to the decisions and actions of governing bodies;
Sports clubs often require a fast-response, especially in the heat of negotiations or if an adverse situation occurs. Dale and his team understand this and have often worked late nights and weekends to ensure a club’s legal matter is dealt with quickly and discreetly.
As the go-to firm for sports law in the West Country, our professional team will provide you with confidence that your legal matters are being dealt with and your best interests, both commercially and reputationally, are being take care of at the highest level.
To find out more about how Dale and his team at Nalders Solicitors provide expert advice to the sports sector in the South West and beyond, call to make an appointment on 01872 241414.
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