Ongoing Representation of Nashville Soccer Club

We represent the Nashville Soccer Club, which began playing USL matches in early 2018, on sponsorship, corporate, intellectual property, media and event license matters (including subleases with First Tennessee Park and Nissan Stadium), in addition to general matters under its franchise agreement with the USL.

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