Sir Nick – golfing legend knighted
Long standing onside law client, Nick Faldo, has added another title to his six majors — “Sir”. Nick Faldo was given a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II for his services to golf, the only athlete to be given one of Britain’s highest honors on the monarch’s birthday list in 2009. Nick was quoted as saying “I was delighted to hear the news that I will be receiving a knighthood and am more than a little bit humbled to have been afforded this great honour.” onside law congratulates Nick on the announcement, with the award being a fitting tribute to a man widely thought of as Britain’s greatest ever golfer and one of the country’s sporting greats. Sir Nick Faldo joins Sir Michael Parkinson on onside law’s roster of knighted clients.
onside law launches recruitment drive
We are currently looking to expand our team by recruiting up to 2 mid-level associate lawyers. For further details, please download our job specification for a copy of our advertisement, as posted in The Lawyer. The deadline for applications is 15 July 2009.
HSBC’s – Who is your greatest Wimbledon Champion?
onside law advised HSBC in relation to their Wimbledon Champions Campaign to promote their official sponsorship of the Wimbledon Championships.
High Court win in Golf Case
onside law has advised a golfer in a successful six figure High Court action for breach of a sponsorship contract.
Justin Rose at the Masters and Anfield glory
Various onside law clients had a busy Spring with Justin Rose tying 20th in the Masters at Augusta and Branislav Ivanovic scoring twice at Anfield in Chelsea’s Champions League quarter final victory over Liverpool.
onside law acts on ECB official partner deals
onside law advised the ECB in relation to a series of recently announced “official partner” deals, including those with Marston’s, The Times and Buxtons and LV= on its sponsorship of County Championship cricket. We have also advised the ECB on a range of commercial and contractual issues relating to the hugely successful World Twenty20 Cup which saw Pakistan and England win the men’s and women’s events respectively.