Gambling advertising

Three adverse ASA rulings cause legal headache for Coral Interactive

This month, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has published three rulings against Coral Interactive (Gibraltar) Ltd in respect of its advertisements. The first two rulings relate to adverts created as part of Coral Interactive's Euro 2016 campaign and illustrate the importance of ensuring that gambling promotions are not contradictory and do not cause any unnecessary disappointment. 

Digital Media

Olswang on the Digital Single Market

The EU's Digital Single Market ("DSM") initiative has been a major policy focus of the EU Commission installed in 2014. The DSM package aggregates a wide range of policy areas, including e-commerce, physical delivery services, copyright law, VAT, telecoms infrastructure, mobile roaming, data regulation and digital skills, with the aim of increasing employment and stimulating economic growth in the EU...

Copyright

Advocate-General supports broadcasters in long-running TVCatchup saga

The dispute between streaming website TVCatchup ("TVC") and three UK television broadcasters (ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5) has been running for 7 years now, with no immediate end in sight. Our earlier reports on these proceedings, in which Olswang acts for all three broadcasters, can be found here and here