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11 results for: sports law
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The Swiss Federal Tribunal has dismissed appeals made by Caster Semenya and Athletics South Africa (“ASA”) against the decision of the...

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On 1 July 2020, the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s new Code of Sports-related Arbitration (the “Code”) came into force.  CAS has...

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In December 2019, Premier Rugby Limited (“PRL”) appointed Lord Myners CBE to conduct a “comprehensive” review of its Salary Cap...

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Our team recently presented a webinar based on a recent article we published on the key funding considerations for stakeholders in the...

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Our global team is committed to helping however we can in this tough time for all. From contemplating your immediate next steps based on...

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Calling the sports industry: I highly recommend reading this briefing prepared by DLA Piper on state aid issues. Never has their been a...

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The revenue mix in the football economy is more varied than ever, with clubs increasingly reliant on sponsorship, stadium expansion and...

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Sandra Oyewole, Partner at Olajide Oyewole LLP (part of the DLA Piper Africa Group) is joined by Sade Morgan, Director at Nigerian...

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Although only one was able to lift the trophy at the end of the game, 9 of the players who took part in this year's Rugby World Cup Final...

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The Court of Arbitration for Sport ("CAS") has today issued a decision dismissing the requests for arbitration made by: (i) the...

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Over the past few months players have competed against each other on Fifa 2019, for a chance to be selected to represent their favourite...