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Sports Dispute Resolution

Collective Bargaining in American Sport

By Nandan Kamath Introduction Collective Bargaining is a mechanism involving discussions and negotiations between one or more employers and the representatives of the group of employees, with a view to determine mutually agreed upon terms and conditions of employment and other affiliated matters. Although collective bargaining has...

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The NBA Lockout

By Nandan Kamath Introduction On the 137th day of the National Basketball Association (NBA) labour lockout, the players finally decided to dissolve the National Basketball Player’s Association (NBPA), after attempts to carve an amicable Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) to between the franchise owners and the NBPA proved...

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Sentence Construction – Recent case on doping bans

By Roshan Gopalakrishna Case review: United States Olympic Committee v. International Olympic Committee (CAS 2011/O/2422) Introduction On October 6 2011, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (‘CAS’) held that the International Olympic Committee (‘IOC’) rule prohibiting athletes suspended for more than six months for doping related violations from participating...

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Player Bans in Sport

By Vidya Narayanaswamy Introduction A player ban is a form of sanction imposed on a player for breaching sporting rules or regulations or any other general code of conduct or ethics applicable to the player. The length of the ban varies based on the seriousness of the...

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