There are not many parts of the world that have a public holiday for a sporting event. In Melbourne, Victoria, the so called sporting capital of the world, they have two.
Inside Sports Law
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From equity to franchising: investing in esports
This article looks at how companies and individuals may invest in teams, and how teams may tap on the franchising arrangements used by major esports leagues.
Esports: games galore
In an industry notoriously mistrustful of outsiders, filled with indecipherable acronyms and constantly evolving in-jokes, it can be difficult to understand what is happening
Spotlight on sports integrity
Posted in Governance, anti-bribery and corruption
Integrity and, more specifically, integrity issues are having a direct impact on the standing, reputation and economic viability of sporting codes, their clubs and, most critically, their players.