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Title: Image Rights and Sports In India
Author(s): McArdle, David
Editor(s): Dasgupta, Lovely
Sen, Shameek
Citation: McArdle D (2018) Image Rights and Sports In India. In: Dasgupta L & Sen S (eds.) Sports Law in India: Policy, Regulation and Commercialisation. SAGE Law. New Delhi: SAGE, pp. 177-191.
Keywords: Sport - India - Intellectual Property - Image Rights - Cricket
Issue Date: 2018
Date Deposited: 30-Jun-2021
Series/Report no.: SAGE Law
Abstract: Explores Indian domestic law in resect of passing off, trademark and copyright and argues for a statutory stand-alone image right that would provide a more coherent framework. Discusses employment disputes in West Indies cricket and analogous issues in EU member states' domestic laws to show how these challenges are of global relevance to athletes and to legal systems.
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