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Sport Law and Disputes

Assistance to Governments (Ministry or Department of Sports), public and private entities, as dispute resolver (arbitrator, conciliator, mediator), legal expert  (legal opinions), advisor or party’s representative (legal counsel) in international sport law and disputes. 

International sports-related disputes vary significantly depending on their subject-matter and the sport concerned. Disputes may span from ordinary contractual and commercial aspects of sport, state control by means of sport body governance and regulation, to competition, ticketing and anti-doping disputes

Relevant background includes:

Member of Panel, appointed arbitrator by the Court of Arbitration for Sport CAS / Tribunal arbitral du sport  TAS (Lausanne, Switzerland)

See above as to experience in treaty-making at UNESCO. It is within UNESCO that the international community of states has negotiated and adopted on 19 October 2005 the first multilateral treaty focused on anti-doping in sport. The UNESCO International Convention against Doping in Sport is widely ratified and has currently 188 States Parties

Annexes to the Convention are WADA’s List of Prohibited Substances and Methods and the Standards for Granting Therapeutic Use Exemptions

Conferences given, in particular:

ICC Paris and CIArb (Centennial Conference) : What is International Sport-related Arbitration (CAS and more)

Experience and expertise in international business law, transactions and dispute resolution, which surround transactions in the sport industry

Member of the ICC Commissions on Arbitration and ADR, Commercial Law and Practice