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Spanish Supreme Court: clarifying the scope of rights when broadcasting a football match

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Thursday, 17 October 2013 By Jorge Monclús

The Spanish Supreme Court has just declared that broadcasting a football match in a public event without having the authorization of the corresponding titleholders does not infringe their intellectual property rights.

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Jorge Monclús

Jorge Monclús

Jorge Monclús is a Senior Associate of the Intellectual Property and Technology department in the Madrid office of DLA Piper.

His professional experience includes areas of media and entertainment law, e-commerce, data protection, online gambling and advertising law, among others.

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