Firm Profile > Loosemores Solicitors > Cardiff, Wales

Loosemores Solicitors
CF10 1PT

Media and entertainment Tier 1

Media and entertainment is one of the core specialisms of boutique Cardiff-based firm Loosemores Solicitors. Consequently it has 'the requisite detailed industry knowledge to effectively serve its clients'. Herself benefiting from in-house expertise in her former role as head of legal and business affairs at S4C, consultant Sara Griffiths has 'an outstanding understanding of how the media sector works in Wales', and has been pivotal to the firm's success in the field. 'Very approachable and attentive' senior partner Mark Loosemore is also regularly engaged in media and entertainment-related matters pursuant to the sports industry.

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The team has the requisite detailed industry knowledge to effectively serve its clients.

The team offers a friendly yet extremely professional service.

Sara Griffiths has huge experience in dealing with contracts for film and television.

Sara Griffiths understands the long process of producing a film and raising the necessary finance.

Sara Griffiths is a top media lawyer with an outstanding understanding of how the sector works in Wales.

Mark Loosemore is a very approachable solicitor who tends to put the client at ease with his easy-manner but attentive to detail at the same time.

Key clients

78Seventy Broadcast Limited

Bux & Bewl

Clwb Ifor Bach

COPA Creu Limited

Coracle Productions Limited

Cwmni Pais

Dragon Graphics

Football Association of Wales


Little Bird Films

Lumio Media

Martha Stone Production

Matt Pritchard (Dirty Vegan / Dirty Sanchez)

Orchard Media & Events


Slam Media Limited

Small Luxury Hotels of the World

Sport Wales

Stills Creative

Studio Collective Limited

Teledwyr Annibynnol Cymru Cyf (TAC)

Welsh Rugby Players Association

Why Hide/Plenitude Productions

Zest Sports Group

Sport Tier 1

Benefiting from a 'deep understanding of the sports market and how it works', boutique Cardiff-based firm Loosemores Solicitors has successfully carved out a niche for itself on behalf of a growing roster of clients in the sector, which are appreciative, not only of its insight into the workings of the industry, but also its ability to provide 'London quality work at Cardiff prices'. Himself a former professional tennis player and also benefiting from in-house experience within the industry, 'highly skilled' team head Mark Loosemore is well-placed to provide 'commercial and pragmatic advice' that is tailored to the specific needs of sports clients. Although the firm is active across the full range of sports, it continues to be perhaps best-known for its representation of Football Association of Wales, where its work includes advice on governance structures, TV deals and sponsorship agreements. 'Outstanding' associate Rebecca McCarthy recently returned from maternity leave and provides expertise on the interface of charities and sports law.

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The firm has a deep understanding of the sports market and how it works.

The firm’s knowledge and experience in the sector is second-to-none.

Their approach is both personal and detailed, which sets them apart from other organisations.

The team provides a very pragmatic and efficient service: London quality work at Cardiff prices.

Mark Loosemore is a highly skilled practitioner who has many years’ of experience and has encountered most every kind of commercial situation.

Mark Loosemore is commercial, pragmatic and exudes integrity.

Rebecca McCarthy is outstanding.

Key clients

Football Association of Wales

The FAW Trust

Sport Wales

Welsh Rugby Players Association

Welsh Sports Association

Zest Sports Group

Welsh Netball

Welsh Athletics

Sports Injury Fix

Orchard Media & Events

Squash Wales

78Seventy Broadcast

Charities and not-for-profit Tier 2

Led by Rebecca McCarthy, the 'agile and adaptable' team at Loosemores Solicitors provides 'responsive and accessible advice' on core charities issues, including as it relates to corporate governance and formation. Benefiting from a 'deep understanding of the sports market', the firm is particularly active advising not-for-profit organisations and charities within the sector, including work for Welsh Sports Association and Christians in Sport.  

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The firm’s legal advice, responsiveness and accessibility has been excellent.

The firm has a specialist charity team and its particular knowledge and expertise are of great assistance to us.

The team is agile and adaptable.

Mark Loosemore, James Pearn and Rebecca McCarthy’s knowledge, professional expertise and charities experience are of great value to us.

Key clients

London Early Years Foundation

Christians in Sport

Rhondda Hub for Veterans

Welsh Sports Association


Krishna Cymru


Platfform for Change (formerly Gofal)

Sports Council for Wales

Welsh Rugby Players Association

Football Association of Wales

FAW Ground Improvements Ltd

Mackintosh Evangelical Church

Welsh Rugby Players Association

Loosemores is a boutique law firm, based in Cardiff and with a second office in central London.  We have a strong heritage built up over more than 50 successful years. This is allied with a fresh, modern outlook and a commercial approach.

Loosemores was founded in 1966 by John Loosemore (current senior partner Mark Loosemore’s father). The firm was successful and grew significantly during its first 25 years, opening a number of branch offices around South Wales and becoming one of the top ten firms in Wales by turnover. In the early 21st century, the firm developed its specialisms in personal injury, charities and sport and these became a core part of the business.

Mark Loosemore acquired the practice and joined as senior partner in 2016. Under new ownership and senior management, the firm re-focused as a boutique practice with a new strategic plan.

The firm provides a range of legal advisory services to both corporate and individual clients.  Our services for corporate clients include advising on corporate, commercial, property, litigation and employment matters. There is a particular emphasis on growth of the firm’s business in specific industry sectors, notably sport, media and entertainment, charities and technology.

Loosemores comprises a relatively small team of carefully selected, senior lawyers, who are experienced experts in their chosen fields and passionate about their client work.  These leading individuals are ably assisted by a growing team of junior lawyers and support services colleagues.

Our approach is to work closely with our corporate clients, aiming to add real value, as their trusted advisors.  We do so by thoroughly understanding their needs and then delivering high quality specialist advice in a bespoke and personalised manner, with a focus on high levels of client service.

The firm offers corporate clients a range of legal advisory services including: corporate transactions, corporate governance, commercial disputes, employment, intellectual property, commercial property, insolvency and recovery, credit control, partnerships and business start-ups.

Services for individuals include residential property conveyancing, wills, probate, trusts, lasting powers of attorney, Court of Protection and employment.

Department Name Email Telephone
Commercial Mark Loosemore
Corporate Siôn Tudur
Property James Pearn
Employment & Dispute Resolution Karl Thomas
Probate, Wills & Trusts Maria Cosslett
Photo Name Position Profile
 Maria Cosslett  photo Maria Cosslett Partner and Head of Department
 Sara Griffiths  photo Sara Griffiths Senior Consultant Solicitor
 Mark Loosemore  photo Mark Loosemore Senior Partner and Head of Department
 Rebecca McCarthy  photo Rebecca McCarthy Solicitor
 James Pearn  photo James Pearn Partner and Head of Department
 Karl Thomas  photo Karl Thomas Partner and Head of Department
 Siôn Tudur  photo Siôn Tudur Partner
Number of UK partners : 5
Number of other UK fee-earners : 8