RFU v Viagogo – A Victory Against Black Market Tickets

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27 September 2011 by Sophie Thompson - Onside Law

In March 2011, the High Court issued a landmark court order against the secondary market in sports events tickets in The Rugby Football Union v Viagogo Ltd. It ruled that the names and addresses of those who sold tickets issued by the Rugby Football Union (“RFU”) at higher than face value prices on ticket broker website Viagogo must be disclosed to the RFU, thus enabling the RFU to take act...

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