The Regulation of Sport in the European Union

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Barbara Bogusz, Adam Jan Cygan, Erika M. Szyszczak
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2007 - Law - 250 pages
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Globalization not only means fans watching distant contests and leagues exporting their products elsewhere; it also means the ability of knowledgeable academics and policy-oriented fans to learn about how others confront similar challenges. North American
 

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Contents

Is sport special?
3
Free movement of persons and sport
33
On overlapping legal orders what is the purely sporting rule?
48
Competition and free movement issues in the regulation of Formula One motor racing
74
Disciplinary regulation of sport a different strand of public law?
97
The regulation of sport in the European Union courts and markets
107
Remuneration of sports stars implications for regulation
132
Commercial freedom and sport has sport lost its sporting edge?
157
Fame and its exploitation the legal protection of celebrity in the United Kingdom
181
Exploitation of databases intellectual property competition law and the sport industry a missed goal?
206
Index
227
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