The firm has been ranked as a leading firm for the first time in the 2022 UK edition
In just four years, Level has gone from being an idea to a now leading firm ranked in both the Sport and Media & Entertainment categories in this year's UK edition of Legal 500.
Level's Media and Entertainment team have for the first time, been recognised for their outstanding work over the last 12 months, which has included
- Acting for England rugby player Bene Obano on the production and financing of the documentary “Everybody’s Game”.
- Advising Kojey Radical on a number of cutting-edge brand deals and guided him through competing publishing offers from BMG, Beggars, Because and Pulse – some of the world’s leading independent music publishers.
- Advising Blink Productions on financing and production matters relating to high value puppet-based comedy TV series commission “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared” commissioned by Channel 4 and BFI
...as well as working for a wide range of high profile talent such as NERVO, Kojey Radical, Emily Burns, Carly Wilford, Amaarae, Sixteen Films Limited, and Robbie Lyle and Tao Weitzer.
In total, 10 Level Partners were acknowledged for their work across sport, media and entertainment. Congratulations to everyone at Level on this achievement!
The full entry can be viewed on the Legal 500 website here.