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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.
Esports is booming. Is it time to join the gold rush and grab a shovel? Or find out who's selling them?
In the face of COVID-19 digital content has had to adapt and evolve like never before. But in a world where live content is scarce, esports has shown itself to be remarkably adaptable, expanding its profile both on ...
Making the most of the esports opportunity: Bird & Bird's esports team discuss the key commercial and legal issues surrounding this burgeoning industry.
COVID-19 has had a dramatic impact on commercial operations across all sectors globally. This is no better demonstrated than in the events industry, with international sporting events worth vast sums of money to ...
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 May 2021, Rugby Australia announced its bid, supported by the Commonwealth Government, to host the 2027 Rugby World Cup. This announcement comes as Australia readies itself to embark on a decade of hosting major ...
Following our recent article last month, Chris Lavey provides the latest update on mechanical doping.
On 31 May 2021 the Federal Cartel Office issued a press release which disrupted the world of professional football in its summer break - for some it came as a pleasant surprise, for others not so much. The press release ...
Recently, a stir was caused by a press release, announcing plans to launch the European League of Football (ELF), a new professional American Football league.