Mark Galli is an associate in the firm’s London office and is engaged in the sports, media and entertainment and intellectual property practice areas. With several years of experience, he has advised prominent sports organisations, major video game publishers and global technology clients on a wide range of matters.
Having advised on copyright issues in the context of sports broadcasting, sports data rights and brand protection matters, Mark is well-placed to assist our sports, media and entertainment clients on a diverse range of issues in the dynamic environments in which they operate. Mark has also advised on commercial licensing, sponsorship, events management and regulatory developments within the sector, and now focuses on supporting our clients with their commercial activities.
For technology clients, Mark has provided counsel on complex contractual agreements, both in a commercial and contentious context, and has leveraged his experience to assist entrepreneurs and startups, offering practical advice on prominent IP and commercial issues.
Prior to joining Armstrong Teasdale, Mark served as an associate at global law firms in London and Sydney, Australia. As a trainee solicitor, he was seconded to The Premier League, where he worked as part of the in-house legal team to advise the business on various commercial issues.
- The University of Law (LPC, distinction, 2014)
- King's College London (LL.B., First Class Honors, 2013)
- England and Wales, 2016