July 23, 2020
Jamie provides transactional and litigation advice to a diverse range of clients across the sports, events and entertainment industries. He is also a CEDR accredited mediator.
Jamie’s legal expertise extends across motorsport, rugby, cricket, tennis, golf and football, as well as Olympic sports including athletics, rowing, and alpine and freestyle skiing. He has also advised on legal issues connected with a wide range of global sporting events including F1 Live, W Series, Le Mans 24 Hours and the Rugby World Cup.
Jamie launched the Young Racing Driver Academy (YRDA) in 2012, and is a founding director of sports management consultancy The Business of Sport (TBOS). He is also an RFU Registered Agent and the Chair of Snowsport England.
Keystone Law’s highly regarded sports team offers broad commercial knowledge and detailed sector insight that sports clients need to make consistently good decisions in a fast-moving environment. Clients in this sector range from sports governing bodies, rights holders and sponsors, to stadium operators, clubs, broadcasters and brands, as well as individual sportsmen and women.
James Knight, CEO and Founder of Keystone Law, said: “Jamie is a talented lawyer who brings with him a wealth of experience across the sports and entertainment industry. Keystone’s growing team will be bolstered by Jamie’s unique background, further strengthening our offering to the sector.”
Jamie Horner said: “I am delighted to have joined the Keystone team. The firm’s innovative and forward-thinking model provides the perfect platform to deliver all-encompassing specialist advice and support to the sports, events and entertainment industries. I am looking forward to working alongside my new colleagues to further enhance Keystone’s reach and profile in this area.”