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Professional athletes and disciplinary sanctions: the case of Lionel Messi
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The recent sanction of football player Lionel Messi by his club, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), for not attending a training session highlights the sanctioning regime for professional football...

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The CJEU clarifies the concept of “consumer” in EU private international law

In the ruling JA v. Wurth Automotive GmbH (case C-177/22) of 9 March 2023, the Court of Justice of the European Union had the opportunity to clarify the scope of application of the category ...


UK Draft Media Bill (Part 3) - Pre-legislative scrutiny phase

The UK Draft Media Bill, which is set to reshape the broadcasting landscape in the UK, is now in the pre-legislative scrutiny phase, giving stakeholders a brief window until 17 May 2023 to...


UK Draft Media Bill series (Part 2) - PSB prominence

In Part 2 of our series on the UK’s Draft Media Bill, we take an in-depth look at Part 2 of the Draft Media Bill, which seeks to update the public service broadcaster (PSB) prominence ...


Ofcom provisionally conclude that strict advertising rules are not ‘justified’ or ‘proportionate’.

The UK’s communications regulator, Ofcom, have provisionally concluded that stricter advertising regulations for commercially-funded public service broadcasting (“PSB”)...


Repairing the supply chain – the proposed EU Directive on a right to repair

The EU Commission is currently proposing a wide range of measures to achieve the goals of the European Green Deal to become climate neutral by 2050. At the same time it has a clear...


New UK data reporting obligations for packaging waste: where we stand and what to look out for

In the UK, the direction of travel is to make businesses fully account for the costs of recycling packaging and set the fees payable by those businesses in a way that encourages reduction...


The reuse and transfer of data held by public sector bodies under the EU Data Governance Act

The Data Governance Act is meant to foster the creation of a single European market for data sharing and re-use to enhance its commercial and scientific potential. Data held by public...


Spring cleaning: a transactional check-up for life sciences companies

Spring is in the air, and it’s an opportune time to revisit collaborations and other strategic transactions to assess how well they align with a company’s business and strategic ...

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