Competition law in sports: the EUCJ strikes back

Competition law in sports

The European sports market is about to experience a tidal wave of welcome change, as far as its sports federations and associations lay out their rules to ‟pay and play” in European sports competitions. From the right to set up a Super League in European football and a new organiser of skating competitions other than…

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Cultural assets restitution: why the British Museum & ‟Musée du Quai Branly”, amongst others, must act now

Cultural assets restitution

While reviewing various daily articles about the podcasting industry, I recently came across the podcast series ‟The Unfiltered History Tour with VICE World News”. This series broadcasts ‟stories of disputed artefacts, as told by people from their homelands” (sic), in relation to artefacts held/stored at the British Museum in London, in the United Kingdom (‟UK”).…

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