Ticketing terms under scrutiny as UEFA face defeat in Poland over “abusive” EURO 2012 policy
Whilst the EURO 2012 tournament in Poland and Ukraine is now something of a distant memory, particularly with attention focussed on World Cup Brazil, UEFA has been fighting a rear guard action to defend its ticketing policy for the 2012 tournament. Judgments by the Polish courts may have a significant bearing on the Ts&Cs that UEFA's employs for future tournaments.
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- Tags: Commercial Law | Contract Law | EURO 2012 | Europe | Football | Governance | Intellectual Property | Poland | Regulation | UEFA
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Karol is an Advocate and Senior Associate at Dentons’ Warsaw office.
He is an expert in the technology and media sectors. He advises to major broadcasters, cable and satellite operators, audio-visual producers, game producers and telecoms. He advises in particular on legal compliance and rights clearance matters.