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2019 is shaping up to be a highly significant year off the pitch, particularly in the worlds of sports technology and media. A number of key future developments will have massive implications on the manner in which audiences consume sport, and how industry revenues will be generated. We asked a wide range of clients, industry friends and colleagues to gaze into the future and predict what lies ahead for the remainder of the year. This is what they see…
Illegal streaming of live sporting events over the internet is not a new problem. But, given the rate of growth in this activity, sports broadcasters are fighting back. The new weapon in their arsenal is the live blocking injunction. Our Bart Topps explains how they work.
Recently the Rugby Football Union (RFU) announced the launch of its “Good for Rugby” authenticity brand. The governing body seeks to protect rugby fans from ticket touts and counterfeit goods, but does the “Good for Rugby” brand really tackle the problem? Laura Canham takes a look.
Over the years football celebrations have become more elaborate, with players having their own trade mark move. But what do we actually mean by the term “trade mark move”? Our Emma Day takes a look.
In our latest Reevaldo post, we look at image rights. What are they? What does an image rights agreement look like? Our Sarah Whyman explains.
How important is the right to use your name for a football club? Recent news about Dulwich Hamlet FC provides an interesting case study about trade marks in football and the importance of properly registering trade marks. Our Ed Hadcock explains.