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Volume: 16 Issue: 7
(July 2018)

planning win how athletes protect future finances reaction increasingly common instances retired professional athletes suffering bankruptcy legal difficulties follow

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Planning to win: How athletes can protect their future finances

In reaction to the increasingly common instances of retired professional athletes suffering from bankruptcy and the legal difficulties that follow, Luca Ferrari, Ugo Privitera, Natalie O’Shea, Duncan Miller, James Copson, Michael Gouriet, Mara Monte, Estella Bogira, Michael Rueda, and Emily Loveys Jervoise, all of Withers LLP, provide insight into the contributing factors to athletes’ financial difficulties, and the importance of advice, education and legal measures to mitigate the risks involved.

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