Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Football as a business in 2019 – who is top of...

A continuing expansion The Money League is based principally on football clubs' ability to generate revenue from a...

Part 2 – Let the games begin: German IP law in...

In this article, the second of a two part series (see Part 1 here), we consider trade mark law, unfair competition laws and virtual domiciliary rights. III....

Twitter strikes UK deal with Sky Sports over Premier League football...

Twitter recently announced that it has signed an agreement with Sky Sports that will see highlights and goals from the 2016/17 English football Premier...

Esports Disputes: Choosing your battleground

Your web browser does not support iframes, which means that the video cannot play.   For further detail please see Jamie's article "Esports Disputes: Choosing your...

Esports: Exclusivity in an open ecosystem

The continued growth of esports is seeing rights holders, licensees and fans searching for a new equilibrium between maintaining an open and collaborative esports...

The Value of Confidence: A New Right for Event Organisers?

Earlier this month, the High Court issued an important judgment which could have wide implications for the organisers of sporting events, distributors of live...

eSports broadcasting – a difficult balance to strike

eSports broadcasting – a difficult balance to strike As the eSports juggernaut continues to gather momentum during 2017, one question that will be on the...

A Sporting Chance? – EU Parliament Votes for New Copyright Protection...

This week saw the European Parliament adopt its position on the proposed EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market – see our...

For club or country? Joel Matip vs. FECAFOOT

The FIFA Regulations FIFA has issued detailed regulations requiring clubs to release players for international duty on demand, which are set out at Annex 1...

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