Football’s emerging investment market
October 29, 2018
According to Bloomberg, football is the most popular sport in the world. Lenders and other investors, however, may take a more cautious view with respect to lending to or investing in football clubs due to the unpredictability of their cash flows.
Wolves bare their fangs over copyright infringement claim
October 24, 2018
You’d think that newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers would have enough on their plate just ensuring survival in the Premiership.
Can clubs be liable for racial harassment suffered by players at the hands of supporters?
October 11, 2018
Football players suffering racist abuse at the hands of supporters or opposition players is still a depressingly regular occurrence.
Sizing up the competition: fighter activism in Mixed Martial Arts
October 09, 2018
Despite the development of Mixed Martial Arts (“MMA”) as a mainstream attraction, a growing chorus of fighters have voiced concerns over fighter pay in MMA.
Danish football commercial rights dispute
October 02, 2018
Having reached the last 16 of the World Cup in Russia this summer, many would argue that Denmark over-achieved before losing on penalties to eventual runners-up Croatia. Off the field, however, the past year has not been without its controversies for Danish football.