Sport: Notable case

Ticket Sales - London 2012 Olympic Games (2012)

Fallon Alexis advised and assisted the Office of Fair Trading in relation to an investigation into the unauthorised sale of tickets for the London 2012 Olympic Games.  This involved liaising with the Metropolitan Police and the Serious Organised Crime Agency and resulted in the imposition of an Interim Enforcement Order by the High Court in July 2012. 

A news article relating to this case can be found HERE

The Office of Fair Trading press release can be found HERE

The Office of Fair Trading case page can be found HERE

 

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BHA -v Arnold (Stephen) (2013)
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Ticket Sales - London 2012 Olympic Games (2012)
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X v UK Athletics Selection Panel (2012)
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Joe Marler & Will James in RFU Panel hearing
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Manu Tuilagi banned (2011)
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Cricket Match Fixing Allegations (2010)
September 2010
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Articles:

Criminal Prosecutions for Regulators
Selva Ramasamy examines how and why the issue of a criminal prosecution may arise, and the advantages and disadvantages of c 28.7.2009
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