Image Rights

Tuesday, 08 February 2011 By Jeremy Drew

The Taxman is Tackling Sporting Image Rights Again by Jeremy Drew, Partner and Head of our Intellectual Property & Technology Group, and Nicole Mellors of Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP

Image rights are big business, in some cases doubling an athlete’s earning capacity. Last year, Sol Campbell successfully sued Portsmouth Football Club for almost £1.7m for unpaid image rights payments.

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Jeremy Drew

Jeremy Drew

Jeremy Drew is a partner and is the Head of RPC's Commercial Group. He has over 20 years' experience and is one of the market leading experts in his field.
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