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The Court of Arbitration for Sport has announced the arbitrators who will hear disputes and doping cases arising from the Beijing Winter Olympics, which opened today.
04 February 2022
Saudi Arabia is lifting its ban on Qatari state-backed broadcaster beIN Sport, paving the way for the potential settlement of a billion-dollar investment treaty dispute and a UK arbitration over the purchase of an English football club.
07 October 2021
The Games of the XXXII Olympiad have begun, played under the Olympic motto of "Citius, Altius, Fortius" (faster, higher, stronger). But to what extent will the Tokyo Olympic Games also be litigious? Mark Mangan, Ananya Mitra and Miranda Elvidge of Dechert consider the categories of disputes that may arise.
27 July 2021
Football club Manchester City has failed to block publication of arbitration-related court rulings shedding light on the English Premier League’s still-pending investigation of its financial dealings.
22 July 2021
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has announced the arbitrators who will hear disputes and doping cases arising during the Tokyo Olympics.
15 July 2021
The High Court in London has dismissed Newcastle United’s bid to disqualify prominent sports lawyer Michael Beloff QC from chairing its arbitration against the English Premier League over an aborted £340 million takeover of the football club by a Saudi-backed consortium.
08 March 2021
Argentine footballer and Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has settled an ICC arbitration worth around €35 million with his former agent over image rights, a dispute that reportedly scuppered potential moves to English clubs Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.
26 January 2021
A tribunal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport has found that Asia’s football body discriminated against female candidates during elections for seats on the FIFA council – and its failure to properly investigate alleged third-party interference amounted to a denial of justice.
25 January 2021
A Swiss court has overturned a CAS award that handed a Chinese swimmer an eight-year doping ban – finding that the tribunal chair, former Italian foreign minister Franco Frattini, had shown bias in tweets criticising Chinese dog meat eating practices and referencing skin colour.
15 January 2021
Olympic middle-distance runner Caster Semenya will take the fight over her testosterone levels to the European Court of Human Rights, after failing to set aside a CAS award upholding rules that prevent her from running in some events.
19 November 2020
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