He holds a number of professional qualifications including a LL.B Honours degree in Law and a Post Graduate diploma in Legal Practice. He is a qualified solicitor and Registered Lawyer with the FA. Further information can be found below;
Jonathan’s varied practice areas have enabled him to gain broad experience in a range of legal disciplines. His practice areas include, Company Law & Commercial Litigation, Sports Law, Music Law, Civil Litigation.
His legal service to companies ranges from incorporation and drafting agreements through to specific advice and dispute resolution. He is an expert in high value commercial disputes and corporate governance. He advises media and entertainment companies on matters including BSkyB (EPG) channel purchases and commercial agreements.
Jonathan’s sports law practice has grown substantially since its creation. He advises athletes on all aspects of their career including media and sponsorship deals, television broadcasting agreements, endorsement contracts, promotional agreements, image rights agreements, club disputes, transfers and High Court injunctions. In representing renowned professional boxers he has been involved in negotiating and implementing some of the most profitable and innovative arrangements available.
With the music industry in a constant state of change Jonathan’s innovative approach led him to be particular instrumental in advising on new music based digital services. He has advised on music issues across the media spectrum and has strong expertise in live events, artist protection, publishing and independent labels.
Jonathan developed a client base of high profile athletes that required more than just legal representation. He began to work with a number of elite sports management companies and developed a range of management skills and experience. Jonathan now boasts a network of influential industry contacts. In 2007 Jonathan first qualified as an agent with the Football Association. He launched Blue Trinity Management and has represented football players and managers at all levels.
His reputation extended to the field of athletics and he played an influential part in athlete representation at the London 2012 Olympic Games. He also sat on the Board of Trustees for a charity focused on youth participation in sports and elite athlete development. He advised the charity and its affiliates on a range of issues including preparation for the London 2012 Olympics and legacy issues after the games. He provided a legal surgery to athletes surrounding endorsement contract negations prior to the games.
He also provides a full-service to professional boxers designed to focus on a boxer’s life, both in and out of the ring. Protecting their intellectual property rights and helping to maximise their commercial value
Jonathan takes great pride in his work in the community. He believes that it is incumbent on all people to try and serve or give back in some capacity, and do what they can to make society better.
In 2009 he was sought out by the NARM (Naming and Role Model) project, following an extensive public nomination process. The project was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, highlighting African British male role models from 1907 to 2007 in various fields of endeavour; Academia, the Arts, Business, Civil Rights, Education, Faith, Law and Politics. He participated as one of 32 living role models, alongside notable individuals such as Courtenay Griffiths QC, Mervyn Lyn, Darcus Beese, Lord Herman Ouseley, John Amaechi and Ozwald Boateng. The project included workshops at schools and youth centres. He also participated in the exhibitions held in Libraries and Civic Centres celebrating black history month.
In 2016 he was given the Legacy - Rising Star Award. The award was given in recognition of the importance of successful individuals who work collectively to ‘give back’ and in so doing contribute to the establishment of a community wide legacy culture of pride and independence. Other Legacy awardee’s included Dianne Abbott MP, Courtenay Griffiths QC and Dr Yvonne Thompson CBE.
To contact Jonathan please call his PA on 020 3674 6874 or via email email@example.com. You can also follow Jonathan on:LinkedIn Twitter
First qualifying as a barrister, Tom is now a practicing solicitor with qualifications in finance, who has a deep understanding of the way business works. He holds a LL.B Honours degree in law and Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Inns of Court School of Law, and is a Member and former Scholar of The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn.
His varied practice areas has enabled him to gain broad experience in a range of legal disciplines which include Company & Commercial Litigation, Sports Law, Music Law, Civil Litigation, and Commercial Property.
Elsa graduated with Honours in Law in 2002. She went on to complete the Legal Practice Course at BPP Professional Education and qualified as a Solicitor with a firm in East London in 2009. She further qualified as a Duty Solicitor in 2012. Elsa is an outstanding solicitor who has risen through the ranks of the profession to being head of the department. She is highly regarded for her dedication to a thorough and forensic approach to her work. She leads the criminal department with a view to achieving exceptional outcomes across the full range of criminal offences; from Drink Driving to Murder. She is a tenacious solicitor who works tirelessly and fearlessly in defending her Clients.
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Sidney Ihuarula is an experienced Solicitor specialising in Mental Health Law and related Human Rights and Civil Liberties. He is a current member of the Law Society Mental Health Accreditation Scheme. Such membership ensures that all legal practitioners have reached a high standard of competency and expertise in mental health law. Sidney currently heads up our Mental Health department and regularly represents our client's at Tribunal Hearings and Hospital Managers Meetings. He has extensive experience of both forensic and civil cases and has experience of pursuing Judicial Review and Upper Tribunal appeal cases.
Sidney is also a sports and entertainment lawyer and has achieved a Postgraduate Certificate in Sports Law from King's College London. A rigorous course recognised within the Sports sector as the leader of its kind. Sidney's skills are well suited to Blue Trinity as he is able to assist and undertake instructions into legal issues relevant to practice in the sports and entertainment sector.