Sponsorship agreement - company arranging event and granting sponsorship
|Author(s) :||Kathryn Edghill of Truman Hoyle Lawyers|
|Short Description :||This is a precedent sponsorship agreement for use where a company has arranged an event and is granting sponsorship rights to the event to other parties.|
|Format :||Word document delivered by email
Page length: 11
|Published :||September, 2012|
The agreement contains clauses relating to:
• the grant of sponsorship
• the sponsorship fee
• the sponsor's obligations
• the company's obligations to the sponsor
• marketing materials
• intellectual property
• warranties and indemnities
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Kathryn Edghill, Truman Hoyle Lawyers
Kathryn Edghill is Chairman of Partners at specialist firm, Truman Hoyle Lawyers.
Kathryn is a leading competition and trade practices lawyer with over 21 years' experience acting for some of Australia's major corporations. She has a background in competition law and litigation, including as partner in charge of the national competition and trade practices group of one of Australia's largest firms.
Kathryn specialises in competition law with particular emphasis on the anti-competitive conduct and consumer protection provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act (formerly the Trade Practices Act). She has been recognised as a leading practitioner in global publications such as Chambers Global (in which she has been described as someone who can "manage the complex choreography of large matters in a convincing, robust and successful way."), Asia Pacific Legal 500 and PLC Which Lawyer.
Kathryn provides advice and representation on all aspects of competition and consumer law, including obtaining authorisation for conduct and merger clearances from the ACCC, advising in relation to cartel investigations and other anticompetitive conduct, preparing and delivering trade practices compliance programs, conducting marketing and advertising reviews and litigating commercial and competition disputes.
Find out more about Truman Hoyle Lawyers at www.trumanhoyle.com.au.