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Podcast: The Score Episode 1
Listen to the first episode of The Score, the podcast from the Sports team at Charles Russell Speechlys, looking at the future of ticketing.
Cryptocurrency and football: a “token” gesture, or worth the investment?
Jonathan Hyman and Nic Couchman explore how football is embracing blockchain technology and partnerships with cryptocurrencies.
Horses for EU courses in no deal Brexit
If you move horses around the EU for racing, breeding or competition then a no deal Brexit will affect you.
Integrity and good governance – a lesson from Cricket Australia
KO for illegal streaming servers – the continuing fight against copyright infringement
A High Court case shows that sports rights holders are keen to protect the revenues that can be generated from ownership of such rights.
The Saturday 3pm football blackout: does it have a future?
Jonathan Hyman explores if the Saturday 3pm football blackout has a future.
England’s love of football continues as a Crown Court scores a conviction
Razzak Mirjan explores website blocking injunctions within the UK in the midst of the 2018 World Cup.
Premier League shuts down unauthorised streaming platform
The Premier League has announced that Ace TV had been forced into liquidation after agreeing to pay damages for infringing copyright.
GDPR and the revised Swiss Data Protection Act: the impact on sports organisations and businesses in Switzerland
We focus on compliance and the responsibilities of the data controller under the incoming GDPR and the (revised) DPA.