Analysis: landlords may not benefit from Premier League case
Publicans who raised a glass to celebrate today’s ruling from the Court of Justice on Premier League matches might find they choke on their drink by the time they reach paragraph 183
Initial readings of the judgment suggested a clear victory for pub landlord Karen Murphy based on the Court's conclusion that national laws or contractual restrictions that prevent the use of decoder cards for receiving football broadcasts are incompatible with the...
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