The Management &
Intellectual Property 'Rights' Company

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The Team

Paul Lynton CEO

CEO of Rights Highway

Paul Lynton the Managing director has been in the music and entertainment industry for many years. Paul has been associated with many successes, hits and ventures including in his early days working at the highest level with Carlin Music (Elvis, Presley, Motown) Lord Grade (Chairman ATV Music, Pye Records), Peter Waterman (and also working with Simon Cowell in the 90s) to producing, publishing and owning hit tracks, songs and projects.
For a considerable period of time Paul was involved (and still is a shareholder) with Ricall a leading B2B website platform allowing commercial users the opportunity to license music for commercial purposes such as advertising, films, TV, games etc.
In 2010 Paul decided to create Rights Highway together with Peter Le Bosquet (Financial Director). In a short space of time we have secured the representation of many households names including famous sports heroes (and broadcasters) particularly in the Soccer field. In addition we represent Alvin Stardust who has a major album release scheduled for 2010 together with a UK Tour, Tony Norman writer of over 60 children’s books and co writer of the best selling Alan Mullery autobiography and Gary Italiaander International Society and Stars Portrait photographer.

Peter Le Bosquet CFO

CFO of Rights Highway

Peter Le Bosquet has had an extensive career working within the financial sector of many leading companies. Peter studied for his degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Aston in Birmingham and on graduation in 1980 joined Hodgson Harris & Co in the City of London to train as a Chartered Accountant. After qualifying he joined Touche Ross & Co and spent 2 years working in Papua New Guinea.
On his return to England he left the profession and joined specialist legal Publisher Graham & Trotman Ltd (a subsidiary of Wolters Kluwer bv) initially as Financial Controller and then as Financial Director. Following a relocation of the Wolters Kluwer legal publishing to The Hague he left and moved to East Surrey NHS Trust initially as a consultant and then as Financial Controller.
After two years he left to start up Mobile Health Systems Ltd, a surgical laser Rental business, together with several Urological Surgeons and at the same time invested in and helped to start Librapharm Ltd with some of his old colleagues from Wolters Kluwer. He continued to work for Mobile Health Systems until he took early retirement in 2007, following the successful sale of Librapharm in 2006. Whilst enjoying his retirement he met Paul Lynton through a mutual acquaintance and became fascinated in the Rights Highway concept and as a result became a founder shareholder and CFO.