US News BGH: DFB may further punish associations at fan misconduct
DFB country associations underpin "no" to Peters
Once again, the bosses of the DFB country and regional associations against Peter Peters as DFB president. The question is only: How closed are the ranks in the association really? © Imago Images / Revierfoto Settings of the DFB Supervisory Board: Peter Peters.
The German Football Association (DFB) may continue to impose fines against associations because of the misconduct of their fans. This decided by the Federal Court of Justice (BGH) in Karlsruhe on Thursday and thus rejected a complaint of the Regionalligist Carl Zeiss Jena. The previous procedure of the DFB does not violate public order, it was said. Financial penalties are "as a preventive measure".
because of three pyrotechnics incidents Jena had been sentenced by the DFB Sports Court to a fine of around € 25,000 in 2018, but the then third division was resident. The lawsuit before the Arbitration Court remained without success. The legal and procedural order of the DFB provides that the clubs are liable in the stadium area "before, during and after the match for incidents of any kind".
Müsli-Streit: Dr. Oetker concedes defeat in front of ECJ .
Nutrition Facts On the front of food packaging, according to a judgment of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) can not relate to special types of preparation. © Bernd Thissen / DPA Oetker provides a legal dispute with the consumer center. Information of this type did not allow any comparison with the corresponding foodstuffs of other manufacturers, it says in a judiciary published on Thursday.