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Scottish football’s response to COVID-19 highlights the conundrum facing European football
With the exception of Belarus, league football across Europe came to a halt in mid-March due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Keeping possession: ownership trends in English Premier League Football
This report explores the change from British to foreign ownership, as well as analysing the different types of owners we now see in the EPL.
A tech guy with a jumper: how an NBA player plans to transform his contract into a tokenized investment vehicle
The authors would like to thank Josh Hoffman, Articling Student, for his assistance in preparing this legal update.
League of Legends – Poster boy for esports franchising
Author: Ethan Dodd. The League of Legends (LoL) Championship Series (LCS), hosted by Riot Games, is North America’s top tier League of Legends competition.
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.
Arsenal installs battery storage system
Lululemon investor alleges that board ignored company’s “toxic” culture
Mychal Kendricks: Insider trading plea and indefinite NFL suspension
Private equity and sport, a happy union?
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