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Illegal Sports Streaming and the Rise of ‘Live’ Blocking Injunctions
September 11, 2017

In March 2017, Arnold J awarded the Premier League a ‘live’ blocking Order which aimed to curb the growing problem of illegal streaming of live Premier League matches. A recent […]

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Ticket to ride: Secondary ticketing under fire
September 4, 2017

In July, the consumer watchdog Which? released a report confirming that up to 25% of tickets for music, theatre and sports events are made available for sale on secondary ticketing […]

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The Changing Gig Economy
July 11, 2017

The “gig economy” is the term used to describe situations where individuals perform services on a short term or freelance basis. Individuals are paid for the “gigs” that they do, […]

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£100,000 per cm2 – Premier League clubs look to cash in on shirt-sleeve sponsorship
June 21, 2017

A recent ruling allowing Premier League clubs to sell advertising space on their right shirt sleeve has led to a flurry of negotiations as teams throughout the division bid to […]

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