INTERNATIONAL SPORTS LAW AND POLICY BULLETIN
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Europe and the Third-Party Ownership
Organised by The Sports Intergroup in the EP
Tuesday, 26th of January from 10.00 to 12.00
Presentation of the book on
The FIFA Regulations on Working with the Intermediaries
(M. Colucci ed.), SLPC, December 2015, pp.550
Tuesday, 26th of January from 12.00 to 12.30
European Parliament, Brussels
What's ahead for FIFA?
European Parliament Sports InterGroup
Brussels, 27th January 2016, European Parliament
EU Sport Forum 2016
The Hague (The Netherlands), 9-10 March 2016
Les défis du Sport
1er Forum International du Sport
Limoges 20,21 et 22 avril 2016
Sport&EU 11th annual conference: Call for papers
Madrid, 27-28 June 2016
(Deadline 31st January 2016)
THE FIFA REGULATIONS ON WORKING WITH INTERMEDIARIES
IMPLEMENTATION AT NATIONAL LEVEL
International Sports Law and Policy Bulletin 1/2015
Michele Colucci (ed.)
ISBN 978-88-940689-3-1 (December 2015)
PRESS RELEASE -
COMPARATIVE TABLE -
INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF SPORTS LAW
Kluwer Law International, 2016, M. Colucci ed.
Sports Law Programmes
EXECUTIVE PROGRAMME IN INTERNATIONAL SPORTS LAW
RAVELLO (Italy, 24-27 July 2016)
The Executive Programme in International Sports Law takes place in Ravello (Italy). It gathers the best experts in the field in order to train and update sports lawyers and managers about the latest legislative developments and relevant case law.
Moreover, the programme presents an opportunity for the participants to strengthen their international
For more information: www.ravellosportslaw.com
International Press Review
by Alessandro Coni
Read more here.
Barcelona and Argentina defender Javier Mascherano has appeared in court aiming to avoid going to prison over a 1.5m euros (£1.1m) tax fraud
The tax trial of Lionel Messi and his father has been set for May 31-June, threatening his appearance at Copa America
BBC and BuzzFeed News UK revealed a pervasive match-fixing system over the international tennis matches of the past decade
Chinese group Rastar seals takeover of LaLiga’s Espanyol, buying 56% of the shares of the club
A caffeinated gum company co-owned and started by U.S. Olympian NickSymmonds,filed a lawsuit against USOC and USATF, claiming that the rules restricting sponsor advertising at the U.S. Olympic Trials violate the Sherman Antitrust Act
NFL Washinghton Redskins star Pierre Garcon and daily fantasy sports website FanDuel have resolved their legal dispute over the violation by Fan Duel of the publicity rights pertaining the player, thus FanDuel used Garcon's likeness without authorization
English FA confirmed tto have received a referral from Uefa indicating a game between Ashton United and Rushall Olympic (playing in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier) may have been the subject of match a fixing manipulation
Hungary's supreme court has rejected a proposed referendum on Budapest's bid for the 2024 Olympics.
F1's manufacturers have agreed to bring down engine supply costs, keeping current V6 turbos until at least 2020
Lance Armstrong reaches a victory in on of the several legal proceedin he is facing. In this case the US District Judge ruled that, even if Armstrong, along with Tailwind sports, violated the sponsorship deal with United States Postal Service, by using banned drugs, he doesn't have an obligation to repay USPS any sponsorship fees obtained as a result of materially false statements
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