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With the UK’s exit from the European Union, from 1st January 2021, new Immigration Rules have been introduced for the sports industry, which mean that the majority of individuals relocating to the UK from the EU will ...
Child safeguarding reviews in sport have consistently shown that failures in reporting have had serious consequences. If concerns are not reported, and appropriate action not taken, the system is fundamentally ...
Phil Sherrell explains the current UK IPO consultation on whether to introduce statutory damages for copyright and other IP claims.
Jonathan Taylor QC, head of Bird & Bird’s sports law group, recently conducted a Q&A with Doraine Coleman, Co-Director of Duke Law School’s Center for Sports Law & Policy.
In this three-part series, Chris Lavey will consider new technologies that are changing sport and how they impact on the field of play. How do sports regulate to meet the challenges presented by the development and use ...
In 2017, the District Court of Amsterdam ruled in a case where the portrait of former Dutch football player Edgar Davids was used in the video game 'League of Legends' without his permission.
Registration of your own name as a trade mark is potentially a very valuable asset, but traditionally has been very difficult to achieve. Celebrities are a common target for entities looking to associate themselves with ...
Sports organisers could soon be handed more power in their fight against piracy, following recent developments in the Copyright Directive.
It has recently been reported in the press that footballer Paul Pogba has filed an EU trade mark application seeking coverage for his iconic ‘dab’ celebration.
You can listen to the clip here.