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Sports Law column in CityAM features Lydia Banerjee
Added: 27.07.2018   |  Tags:  News  Sports Law  On Sport
Sports Law column in CityAM features Lydia Banerjee

Sports Law column in CityAM features John Mehrzad
Added: 07.06.2018   |  Tags:  News  Sports Law  On Sport
Sports Law column in CityAM features John Mehrzad

Introducing “Moral damages” for terminating a football player’s contract
Added: 09.12.2015   |  Tags:  Sports Law  On Sport  Articles
Introducing “Moral damages” for terminating a football player’s contract: lessons from Ariosa v. Club Olympia

Protecting athletes’ data: an examination of database rights in the UK and EU
Added: 09.12.2015   |  Tags:  Sports Law  On Sport  Articles
This blog examines the UK and EU laws on database rights and the protection it offers to sports teams engaged in data collection.

Retaining footballing talent – self help, litigation, and market forces
Added: 09.12.2015   |  Tags:  Sports Law  On Sport  Articles
The Raheem Sterling transfer saga again raises the issue of the balance of power between footballers and their clubs.

Our top 10 tips to understand the Football Association’s new Intermediary Regulations
Added: 09.12.2015   |  Tags:  Sports Law  On Sport  Articles
Our top 10 tips to understand the Football Association’s new Intermediary Regulations

When is there a right to replay a football match?
Added: 09.12.2015   |  Tags:  Sports Law  On Sport  Articles
When is there a right to replay a football match? FIFA, UEFA and The FA laws on fielding an ineligible player

Regulating unruly football fans: the state of English law and proposed improvements
Added: 09.12.2015   |  Tags:  Sports Law  On Sport  Articles
In scenes reminiscent of football’s darker days 7 March 2015 saw two pitch invasions at Villa Park.

The flexibility of sanctions under the 2015 WADA Code
Added: 09.12.2015   |  Tags:  Sports Law  On Sport  Articles
This article explores some key features of the 2015 Code when it comes to sanction, comparing and contrasting the position with the 2009 Code.

A guide to England’s Independent Football Ombudsman
Added: 09.12.2015   |  Tags:  Sports Law  On Sport  Articles
Alternative forms of dispute resolution continue to grow in popularity generally and sport is no different. One such example is that of the Independent Football Ombudsman (“IFO”).

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