Mark Hovell represents players’ associations, individual sportspeople, clubs and agents on a wide range of sports law matters including regulatory issues and contractual matters, image rights and marketability, as well as on personal matters.
Hovell is an insolvency practitioner and have helped restructure many professional sports clubs, as well as helping individuals with financial problems. He also specialises in international sports arbitration.
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