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BHBBlack History Bulletin (education journal)
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BHBBetter Hotel Bureau (online resource)
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BHBBernard-Hertz-Béjot (French law firm; est. 1985)
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It is sad, therefore, to see Greg being attacked for failing to win lawsuits that would never have been necessary had the racecourses honoured their binding agreement in 2001 to pool pictures and data into one commercial asset, an asset that would have been legally unassailable and that the BHB had proposed to the government as the commercial replacement of the levy and which the government had lauded, at the 2000 BHB AGM, as the "sensible way forward for the industry".
Judge Mr Justice Laddie ruled VCI should pay pounds 200,000 owing under their contract with the BHB, and awarded costs against the bookmaker.
Not only has the BHB lost the majority of the income it received from selling data to overseas bookmakers, which totalled pounds 16 million last year, it must now pay costs of pounds 700,000 to ATR within the next 21 days with a further cost hearing to come.
The news was disclosed in a letter to the BHB, Jockey Club and other interested parties on Monday.
Now SIS has written to all Irish bookmakers with a pounds 500 offer that will, in effect, free them from payments to the BHB that are understood to total around pounds 16,000 a year.
The case, which has been led by former Irish government minister Ivan Yates, who owns 34 betting shops, centres on the introduction in March 2001 by the BHB of a new licensing agreement, under which bookmakers agreed to pay for pre-race data, such as runners, riders and the draw.
The current case, in which 'old' ATR is accusing the BHB of abusing its dominant position over data rights, follows on from hearings that have included the likes of the BHB, the Racecourse Association, ATR and William Hill.
In a case expected to last more than ten days, the BHB insists there is "no question" of it abusing its position in the marketplace and is fully entitled to exercise its "contractual right" to charge for its pre-race data.
Meanwhile, the BHB has set up a new marketing group, taking in a wide range of interests and known as the British Racing Consumer Committee.
None of the key BHB personnel were there and nor was Ivan Yates, the former government minister who is spearheading the bookmakers' action.
Two days after three Court of Appeal judges blocked racing's perceived right to charge bookmakers for the data, in a five-year battle against William Hill, BHB lawyers returned to the Strand to be handed a lengthy judgement on what Morritt described as a complex issue, the essentials of which boiled down to another defeat for the BHB.
JUNE 2004 ECJ advocate-general Christine Stix-Hackl submits answers to Court of Appeal questions that are regarded as generally favourable to BHB.