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Scotch Whisky Included In Threatened US Tariffs
Trade tensions between the US and the EU appear to be intensifying, with Scotch whisky among the products that may be included in a new list of US tariffs
Worldwide
15 Jul 2019
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Final 16 Cost Scotland The Final 16
The Scotland Women's National Football Team has crashed out of the World Cup after a heartbreaking exit to Argentina
UK
10 Jul 2019
3
Happy Birthday GDPR – One Year On
According to statistics released by the European Commission earlier in 2019, the term "GDPR" amassed more Google searches than either Beyoncé or Kim Kardashian during the month of May 2018.
European Union
7 Jun 2019
4
Sports Governance In The News: Gymnasts Do The Splits
Two stories this week underline the value of registered trade marks in the fragile world of sports governance.
UK
22 Apr 2019
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Aberdeen Football Club Sees Red Over Refusal Of DONS DRAM UK Trade Mark Application
Aberdeen Football Club has had its UK trade mark application for DONS DRAM for whisky and other whisky drinks refused.
UK
3 Apr 2019
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Copyright Concerns: MySpace Loses More Than 50 Million Songs
Today, reports have confirmed that MySpace has lost over 50 million songs uploaded to the platform between 2003 and 2015.
UK
28 Mar 2019
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McDonald's: No Longer The Big Cheese After Losing Big Mac Trade Mark Battle With Supermac's
In a landmark decision, the European Union Intellectual Property Office (‘EUIPO') has ruled that McDonald's, one of the world's largest fast food chains, will lose its EU trade mark for "Big Mac".
European Union
22 Jan 2019
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Cannabis Brands: The New Gold Rush?
Are we witnessing a new Klondike? Following the legalisation of recreational cannabis in Canada last month and the limited legalisation of medical cannabis on prescription in the UK this week ...
UK
8 Nov 2018
9
A Parliamentary No-No For Viagogo
A properly functioning secondary ticket market benefits fans by providing access to tickets for the events they want to see, and in turn helps purchasers sell on tickets they can no longer use.
UK
19 Sep 2018
10
Beware Geeks Bearing Gifts – Why Sports' Rights Holders Need To Think Carefully Before Moving Away From ‘Traditional' Broadcasters
Two significant events this week raised eyebrows in the lucrative world of live sports broadcasting.
UK
23 Aug 2018
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Beware Geeks Bearing Gifts – Why Sports' Rights Holders Need To Think Carefully Before Moving Away From ‘Traditional' Broadcasters
Two significant events this week raised eyebrows in the lucrative world of live sports broadcasting.
UK
17 Aug 2018
12
Data Disaster For Ticketmaster: What Can Your Organisation Do To Prepare?
On 27 June 2018, Ticketmaster informed potentially affected customers that malicious software had been identified on a customer support product hosted by a third-party supplier
UK
12 Jul 2018
13
Roger Federer Denied Trophy
Roger Federer has highlighted the importance of famous trophies to international competitions such as the Australian Open tennis.
UK
25 Jan 2018
14
The Secondary Ticket Market – A New Criminal Offence
The Secretary of State has used its power under the Digital Economy Act 2017 to create a new criminal offence targeting ticket bots.
UK
9 Jan 2018
15
The Boeing Bombardier Dispute: The US Lands A Further Blow On Bombardier
The US Department of Commerce has decided that the import tax on Bombardier's C-Series Jet should be set at 292%.
United States
9 Jan 2018
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Betting Misconduct In Sport – Tennis And Cricket
The Business of Sport group turn their attention to tennis and cricket in its series of articles focussing on gambling in sport.
UK
5 Jan 2018
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