Sports Law Commission - There's no business like sports business! Legal Challenges in Modern Sports Business: Sporting Sanctions and Commercial Consequences

Dublin

23 - 25 October 2014


Modern sports have become big business. Sanctioning athletes, clubs and federations for violating sporting rules can result in heavy fi nancial consequences for all parties involved. The interests of the sponsors and all other stakeholders should be properly protected in anticipation of these events occurring. Reputational issues and all legal options need to be considered after the incident and during the disciplinary proceedings.

The seminar will be an excellent occasion for you to discuss the legal challenges in modern sports business in connection with sporting sanctions and their commercial consequences. Sports lawyers, federation’s offi cials, scientists and athletes as well as the legal counsels of sponsors will cover the topics from their perspective. Lively debates and exchanges of experiences are guaranteed.


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  • International Arbitration
  • International Business Law

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Organising Committee

Anne-Sophie ALLOUIS
SQUIRE PATTON BOGGS (FRANCE)

François BARRE
Azam-Darley et Associé (FRANCE)

Stéphane DE NAVACELLE
Navacelle Avocats (FRANCE)

Marika DEVAUX
MAAT avocat (FRANCE)

Cristina HERNÁNDEZ-MARTÍ PEREZ
HERNANDEZ MARTI ABOGADOS (SPAIN)

Emmanuel KASPEREIT
Archipel (FRANCE)

Farah MOLINO
FABREGA MOLINO (PANAMA)

Joëlle MUCHADA
GFP Avocats (FRANCE)

Thilo PACHMANN
Pachmann Rechtsanwälte AG (SWITZERLAND)

Marine SIMONNOT
UGGC AVOCATS (FRANCE)