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Court adviser slams territorial licensing

James Nurton, London

The Court of Justice’s Advocate General has dealt a severe blow to owners of sports rights who license content on a territorial basis in Europe

In a detailed opinion today, Advocate General Kokott examined the situation where a content provider (in this case, the FA Premier League (FAPL) in the UK) licenses a programme separately in different member states and includes a contractual obligation requiring...

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