Gary Rogers founded Blueprint Law in 2004, having worked at respected commercial law firms in London, LA, Hong Kong and Singapore, including firms now known as K&L Gates and Coudert Bros, and, as senior in-house counsel at major free-to-air television broadcasters Channel 4 and Channel 5.Read More
Nick has practised extensively as a lawyer across the full breadth of the media, entertainment and technology sectors. He undertook his legal training at Slaughter and May. His work has extended to practice as in-house counsel at Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group and as special counsel at the law firm Truman Hoyle (now part of the international firm Bird & Bird).Read More
Ted Cawrey specialises in financing and corporate structures for the development, production and exploitation of media content. Ted qualified at London’s leading specialist entertainment and media law firm, then worked for over 5 years at Ingenious Media, as head of the Legal & Business Affairs team.Read More
Karina has expertise in intellectual property, commercial, corporate and employment law. Her experience includes preparing and negotiating rights and production agreements for film and television, company structures employing innovative and unconventional business models, shareholder and investment arrangements, consumer law and trade practices.Read More
Kelvin has worked on a variety of commercial matters across different industries and startups and online businesses. His experience includes litigation, privacy, preparing detailed contracts for high-value engagements, including distribution agreements, shareholders’ agreements and software development agreements.Read More
Sonya has extensive experience providing specialised commercial advice to the entertainment industry, including in Australia and tours in the Asia-Pacific region. She advises and assist on all aspects of entertainment and live stage show development, production, investing and touring.
Tania joined Blueprint Law in February 2013 and was admitted as a solicitor in New South Wales in October 2015. She works across all areas of our practice, including assisting start-ups and other businesses in preparing commercial agreements and the resolution of trade marks disputes.Read More
Anna brings to the firm an extensive background in media and entertainment having worked at The Really Useful Company, Asia Pacific, Sky UK, BBC Worldwide ANZ, NixCo, Hopscotch (now, eOne Australia), and Vibewire Youth Inc. Anna works across the full breadth of the firm’s practice areas, with a focus on theatre and live events.Read More
Andre’s main practice areas are data privacy, commercial, corporate , technology, media and entertainment law.
Andre assists clients in areas of data privacy law including compliance with the Australian Privacy Principles and the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme, commencing in Australia in February 2018.Read More