Jerome Quinn Jerome Quinn

Jerome Quinn

Senior Associate Commercial | Brisbane
07 3014 6578 jquinn@mcw.com.au Download vCard

Jerome has worked in the Commercial Team since 2008, which has allowed him to develop expertise in a wide range of commercial areas of practice. Jerome acts for a diverse range of clients including government bodies, sporting bodies and a variety of private enterprise of all sizes from small businesses to large national and international operations.

Jerome enjoys developing strong relationships with his clients and a strong understanding of all aspects of their commercial operations so that he can best tailor his advice to their specific needs. It is these skills that set him apart from other lawyers in the commercial sector.

Jerome's Qualifications

  • Master of Laws, University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Laws, University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Science, University of Queensland
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland
  • Registered Migration Agent MARN 1799131

Jerome's Expertise

  • Sports Law, including drafting of endorsement and sponsorship agreements for high profile sportspeople
  • Corporate and Commercial Advisory 
  • Business and Commercial Property Sales 
  • Agri-Business 
  • Intellectual Property
  • Migration Law

Jerome's Leadership

  • Member, Australian and New Zealand Sports Lawyers Association
  • Member, Queensland Law Society

Jerome's Recent Experience

Area of Expertise

Area of Expertise

Corporate and Commercial Advisory

Work Undertaken

Entity structuring and asset protection advice for businesses and individuals, including the use of licence, agency agreements, reviewing and drafting of shareholders agreement and unit holders agreements.
Reviewing and drafting commercial agreements, terms and conditions, licence and hire agreements as well as general commercial advice 

Area of Expertise

Area of Expertise

Sports Law

Work Undertaken

Acting on behalf of sporting clubs, governing bodies, sports players in relation to contract review, drafting and negotiations including sponsorship agreements, player contracts, facility agreements and membership terms and conditions

Area of Expertise

Area of Expertise

Agri-Business

Work Undertaken

Acting on behalf of rural businesses in commercial operations including sales and purchases of businesses, land, assets and livestock transactions.

Area of Expertise

Area of Expertise

Business and Commercial Property Sales

Work Undertaken

Acting on behalf of vendors and purchasers in relation to the sale and purchase of shares, business assets and commercial land. 

Area of Expertise

Area of Expertise

Intellectual Property

Work Undertaken

Providing advice to businesses and individuals with respect to protection and exploitation of intellectual property (including trade marks, copyright, image and likeness rights etc) in relation to a wide range of industries such as sports and entertainment, app and software development, mining and construction and a range of general commercial business operations
Drafting and reviewing a wide range of intellectual property agreements such as software and intellectual property development agreements, intellectual property license agreements and image and likeness agreements.

Jerome's recent publications

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  1. Skilling Australians Fund Levy now in force | Migration Services Update

    15 Nov 2018

    As predicted in our update on 2 July 2018, crucial changes to the Subclass 482 (Temporary Skill Shortage) (the new “457”) and Subclass 186/187 visa programmes commenced on 12 August 2018. While several changes took effect, the most crucial for...

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  2. Crucial Changes to Australian Work Visas | Skilling Australians Fund Levy to Be Implemented by 30 September 2018

    02 Jul 2018

    New migration legislation is set to be implemented by 30 September 2018. The Migration (Skilling Australians Fund) Charges Bill 2017 and the Migration Amendment (Skilling Australians Fund) Bill 2018 received Royal Assent on 22 May 2018. The bills...

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  3. Sport and entertainment industry knocked for six by potential tax changes

    21 May 2018

    Recently announced tax changes, being referred to as the ‘superstar tax’, are likely to have a significant impact on the income of sports and entertainment personalities. It has become an accepted practice to stream the income of a sports...

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