Sport cannot function today without an interface with business and IP. The LSW lawyers are keen to put this cooperation in the appropriate legal framework.
- We prepare and negotiate contracts and player transfers
- We handle the operation of sports joint-stock companies
- We create the legal framework for advertising and sponsorship activities
- We advise on issues related to the management of sports infrastructure
- We represent players, clubs and sports unions
- We transform sports associations into stock companies
Stadium in Rzeszow
LSW experts prepared a legal analysis of possible forms for the Rzeszow City Municipality to facilitate the use of the City Stadium, built in result of a project co-financed by the EU, to others. It was necessary to fully abide by the laws of public aid and the particular level of investment financing.
Cycle track PZKol
The LSW lawyers provide legal services for the Polish Cycling Federation, including the case of the debt of the main contractor of the cycle track in Pruszkow. In working on this case, the LSW Team diagnosed the legal issues and worked out a strategy and tactic for court proceedings.
Baltic Arena Gdańsk
LSW represents Energomontaz South SA (EP) in a dispute over the construction of a football stadium for Euro 2012 in Gdansk. The problem considered by the courts in a number of processes is the relationship with one of the subcontractors with which EP has terminated the contract and demanded penalties because of delays. The amount in dispute exceeds 60 million.
LSW represented the agent of a famous athlete in negotiating and writing advertisement and sponsoring contracts, including a technological partnership during the most demanding rally raids in the world.
The LSW represented a sponsor in preparing a contract with a rising tennis star. The contract regulated the terms of a long-term cooperation, taking into account the investment into training and development of the athlete, as well as the mechanism of investment return for the sponsor.
The LSW lawyers advised in the transformation of a first league basketball club into a public sports company.