22nd March 2011
The seminar is aimed at discussing various issues surrounding the free movement of goods and services in relation to sport in the EU. It will initially provide an overview of the Treaty of Lisbon provisions regarding the new competence for sport and discuss recent European Parliamentary studies on the subject. Speakers will also provide insight into how EU sport regulation affects sport in practice, including an examination of Olivier Bernard (C-325/08) and the AG opinion in the Portsmouth Publican case (C-228/10).
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