Premium article - February 25, 2016
Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini have confirmed they will appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, after FIFA refused to overturn their bans from "all football-related activities"; meanwhile, the court has been considering the conduct of tomorrow's election of a new FIFA president to replace Blatter.
Premium article - April 29, 2016
A former oil executive who accepted a plea deal over his participation in a scheme to bribe a Colombian government official has been told he must resolve a fee dispute with his law firm Quinn Emanuel Urqhuart & Sullivan through arbitration.
Premium article - May 04, 2016
Serbia has said it will appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne following UEFA's decision to formally recognise Kosovo and its football federation.
Premium article - May 10, 2016
UEFA president Michel Platini has resigned after a tribunal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport refused to overturn his ban from "all football-related activities" - calling his conduct "not ethical or loyal".
Premium article - June 07, 2016
In a landmark ruling for sports arbitration, Germany's highest court has ruled that agreements to refer disputes between athletes and sporting bodies to the Court of Arbitration for Sport are valid, rejecting arguments by champion speed skater Claudia Pechstein relating to a doping ban upheld by CAS six years ago.
Premium article - June 17, 2016
Tennis star Maria Sharapova is to appeal her two-year ban for doping offences at the Court of Arbitration for Sport, while today's IAAF vote to ban Russia from the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in the wake of a state-sponsored doping scandal looks set to generate further work for the court.
Premium article - July 07, 2016
The Russian Olympic Committee has filed an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne - as it looks to overturn a decision of the International Association of Athletics Federations to ban the country from competing at this summer's Olympics because of allegations of doping.
Premium article - July 14, 2016
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has ruled that Korean swimmer Park Tae-hwan is eligible for selection at this summer's Olympic Games - after it temporarily suspended a national rule which automatically bans athletes found guilty of doping for three years after their ban expires.
Premium article - July 15, 2016
A Geneva-seated UNCITRAL tribunal has said that Italian football club Juventus breached an exclusive sponsorship deal with Nike in the fallout of a 2006 match-fixing scandal that engulfed football in Italy. In an award dated 1 July, a tribunal chaired by French arbitrator and ICC International Court of Arbitration president Alexis Mourre held that the Nike brand had been damaged by the club's conduct, but rejected most of Nike's €80 million damages claim on the basis that it had already gained...
Premium article - July 20, 2016
Ahead of the UEFA European Championships and with the Rio Olympics looming, the Paris Very Young Arbitration Practitioners Group held its first conference focused on arbitration and sports, inspired by "Match of the Day".William Brillat-Capello of Betto Seraglini and Chloé Vialard of Shearman & Sterling report on the event, which saw discussion of the strengths and shortcomings of CAS arbitration and reflections on former UEFA president Michel Platini's recent appeal to the court by his...