Youth Sport Trust partners with EHL Commercial Law

The Youth Sport Trust – a national children’s charity dedicated to improving young lives – has partnered with leading Midlands law firm, EHL Commercial.

The partnership positions EHL Commercial as the Youth Sport Trust’s preferred supplier of legal services, and gives the Youth Sport Trust access to a comprehensive range of commercial legal services.

As experts in licensing, franchising and Intellectual Property, EHL Commercial are well placed to support the Youth Sport Trust in its ambitions to raise funds, monetise intellectual property and explore new ways of working; a key objective for the charity in the strategic period 2018-2022.

Stuart Southall, Director at EHL Commercial, said:

EHL Commercial fully supports the mission and vision of the Youth Sport Trust, and we are excited to be working with an organisation that has such a strong pedigree and background in the physical education and sport landscape. Our hope is that through this partnership, we can bring greater benefits to more young people, and ensure that every child has access to the life-changing benefits that sport can bring.

Kate Platts, Commercial Director at Youth Sport Trust, said:

We are absolutely delighted to be working with EHL Commercial as our preferred legal partner in 2018. Through their work with the Leicester Falcons, EHL have shown their commitment to, and understanding of, the landscape in which the Youth Sport Trust operates. Their advice and support will be invaluable as we enter a new strategy era with a heightened focus on organisational sustainability and diversification of income.

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