Sports Law Blog

26 September 2018

Another knockout blow for streaming servers?

Anthony Joshua not only successfully defended his WBA, IBF, IBO and WBO titles when finishing off his Russian opponent Alexander Povetkin in the 7th round in the Wembley Stadium boxing ring on Saturday night but he also was a winner in the more rarefied surroundings of the Business and Property Court (Intellectual Property List Chancery Division) of the High Court of Justice just 2 days before.

Gerard Cukier

3 September 2018

Paying a sacked sports manager

Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen lost his legal battle with former manager in Denmark - Sue Thackeray considers whether the decision would be the same in the UK

Sue Thackeray

6 August 2018

Non-Disclosure Agreements – preventing media intrusion when finding your home

Sport stars, actors and entertainers alike have grown accustomed to “living” in the public eye, but if there is one aspect many wish to keep truly private it is their home.

Tom Beak

30 July 2018

Could Brexit send Geraint Thomas into a spin?

On July 7 2018, 176 marvellous men on their cycling machines set off on the 3,351 kilometre slog that is known as the Tour de France. And at the end of it – after 3 impossibly gruelling weeks  -  a Welshman, Geraint Thomas, stood in triumph on the Winner’s podium! British riders have, of course, now won the Tour de France six out of the last seven times. But hanging over this year’s edition, at least for this British cycling fan, was the realisation that this is probably the last Tour pre-Brexit, and so there is an additional level of uncertainty about what the 2019, post-Brexit edition, will look like.

Laura Vignoles

19 June 2018

Russia 2018: the ugly face of the beautiful game

The World Cup is upon us, and while for many the festival of the football is a cause for celebration, the controversial decision to award this year’s tournament to Russia raises important issues not just for those with an interest in the interface between sport and international relations but more practically for those who have decided to travel as spectators.

Ed Smyth

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