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28 October 2016

Andrew Osborne has commented in the Lawyer Monthly on the potential Brexit effects and impacts on the sports sector, and the business therein.

Andrew Osborne has commented in an article for the Lawyer Monthly on the potential Brexit effects and impacts on the sports sector, and the business therein. Andrew talks about the complexities involved in sports transfers, and touches on his and the firm’s thought leadership in the sports world.

You can read the article here.

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