Level are delighted to announce that industry leading music, media and entertainment lawyer Irving David has joined the firm.
In light of the recent revelations around Ollie Robinson's historical racist and sexist posts and his suspension by the ECB, Alastair Campbell looks at the bigger picture when it comes to handling similar types of historical misconduct in the world of sport.
In March 2020, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (“CAS”) found that American athlete Jarrion Lawson had committed an Anti-Doping Rule Violation (“ADRV”), but accepted that he had not intentionally committed that violation on the basis that it was reasonably…
In this article Liz Coley, and Dan Lowen, consider the domestic compensation system and the trend evident from higher profile awards in recent years.
Corporate lawyer Clare Barber has joined the firm
This blog post is an abridged summary of a more in-depth article, available on Law in Sport.
When Boris Johnson announced the introduction of Tier 4 restrictions in London and the South East less than a week before Christmas, long term holiday plans were thrown into chaos.
In June 2020, World Rugby launched an independent-led working group, chaired by British Olympic Association chairman Sir Hugh Robertson, with the objective of enhancing the fairness and effectiveness of World Rugby’s governance structures. On 7 January 2021,…
This week, Level announces two more specialist lawyers have joined the team – a strong start to the new year. The latest duo joining the firm take the number of new senior lawyers choosing Level to six in the past six months alone.
It doesn’t feel that long since Jesy Nelson and the rest of those who would become Little Mix were wide-eyed hopefuls on the X Factor – just four more wannabe superstars subjecting themselves week after week to brutal feedback as they chased their…
It is unfortunate timing for sports who are already struggling with the effects of the pandemic but we’ve been here before.
Level are delighted to announce that highly experienced commercial lawyer Natalie Kadas has joined the firm.
The Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) has announced a public consultation to strengthen the rules and guidance for gambling advertisements to protect children, young people (under 18s) and vulnerable adults.
Since March, the legal industry has experienced an overnight shift in expectations as lawyers worked remotely while also juggling responsibilities that had usually been left at home once they stepped out of the front door.
Level has retained its tier 2 position among the country’s highest-ranking sports law specialists in the 2021 edition of The Legal 500. Level is the only platform-based firm of its kind to be recommended for sports law. Morris Bentata has once again been…
We are delighted to welcome Amy Sullivan as the new Head of Growth at Level.
Halina Wielogorska, an experienced music lawyer with extensive in-house and private practice experience in the music, content creation and start-up worlds, has joined Level.