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|Brand:||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC||EAN:||9781780439884|
|Recommended Age Range:||12+ years|
|Challenging Sports Governing Bodies covers the decision to challenge the actions of a sports governing body and considers the causes of action that form a basis for them. This title refers to this important area of practice that more company, commercial and regulatory practitioners are venturing in to. The text is encyclopaedic in nature and practice based providing a practical analysis of key issues for practitioners. Foottes are used to identify the leading cases for propositions in the main text and to help with finding similar and relevant cases. To ensure this work is comprehensive in its subject matter there is a short section on Remedies focusing on internal appeal routes and arbitration.|
|Publisher||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||222376949|
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|Author(s)||Nick De Marco, ADAM Lewis, Jonathan Taylor, James Segan|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Author Biography||Adam Lewis QC is a barrister specialising in public law, EC law and sports law at Blackstone Chambers, London. He regularly advises national and international sports governing bodies, clubs, individual players and commercial partners, and appears on their behalf before the courts and regulatory authorities. Jonathan Taylor, a partner and head of the Sport Group at Bird & Bird, has practised exclusively in the sports sector for 20 years, advising a broad range of clients nationally and internationally on commercial matters, contentious matters, and regulatory and disciplinary issues across all major sports. Nick De Marco, barrister at Blackstone Chambers, is recognised as a leading junior across all areas of sports law. He has advised and acted for sports governing bodies, clubs and athletes in commercial claims, disciplinary, doping and anti-corruption cases, claims concerning footballers' and agents' contracts, sports' sponsorship cases, and employment claims. He acted for the ECB against cricketer Danish Kaneria in the spot fixing cases. James Segan, barrister at Blackstone Chambers, is recognised as a leading junior in a total of seven practice areas, including sports law. He has acted in a number of leading disciplinary, doping and commercial cases in the sporting sector, including the RFU v Viagogo litigation which was decided by the UK Supreme Court.|
|Country of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Subject||Law: General & Référence|
|Date of Publication||29/07/2016|
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