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Refusing an anti-doping test – what we learned from the Ryan Bailey case

Matthew Astley, joint head of Harrison Drury’s sports law team, looks at the lessons from the landmark case of UK Anti-Doping v Ryan Bailey. Mr Bailey faced a potential four-year…

19/04/18
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The Premier League and the need for bespoke articles of association  

Harrison Drury's James Dickonson looks at what the Premier Legue can teach other companies about the need to have bespoke articles of association to govern the relationship between shareholders and…

16/03/18
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What is eSports and how should it be regulated?

Harrison Drury’s sports team takes a look at the fast-growing area of eSports and some of the emerging regulatory issues associated with it. A simple way to attempt to define…

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Cricket club targets expansion with land purchase

A Preston-based cricket club has unveiled ambitious plans to create a new ground next to its existing facility after reaching an agreement to purchase the land from the government. Fulwood…

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Blackpool FC and the relationship between majority and minority shareholders

The recent High Court judgment in the case of VB Football Assets v Blackpool Football Club (Properties) Limited (“BFCPL”) provides a relevant platform on which to consider the relationship that…

17/11/17
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Sporting image rights, tax evasion and the law

The new Criminal Finances Act could have significant implications for the way sports clubs and their players conduct their financial affairs and use their image rights. Harrison Drury’s James Dickinson…

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