Paul Hayes QC comments on the ‘flood of interest in virtual competitions’ that he predicts will arise out of the COVID-19 pandemic, for ABC News Australia. See here for the full… Read more »
This case has received widespread public interest for a number of reasons, particularly: The dramatic facts – it was alleged that the vial containing the blood sample had been smashed… Read more »
The recent announcement that Germany intends to introduce a specific esports visa to its immigration code is a watershed moment. In his second article for Law In Sport, Daniel Kozelko… Read more »
Colin McCaul QC has been appointed as an Independent Disciplinary Panel Member of Scottish Athletics. As the National Governing Body for Athletics in Scotland, Scottish Athletics is affiliated to UK… Read more »
In this podcast, Lord Dyson, shares his perspective on Sports Law with Sean Cottrell of Law In Sport. Visit Law In Sport’s website here to listen to the full interview.
Members of 39 Essex Chambers Sports Law Group will be joined by Andrew Cooke, General Counsel of Fnatic, to discuss: Athlete conduct Match-fixing and gambling eSports Integrity issues in eSports… Read more »
Daniel Kozelko has published an article in LawInSport, the leading sports law website in the world, discussing Epic Games’ recent decision to ban a leading content creator for cheating. Please… Read more »
David Hopkins and Stephanie David successfully represented three athletes responding to alleged whereabouts failures notified to the athletes by UK Anti-Doping (“UKAD”). Stephanie advised two athletes: one of whom is… Read more »
Lord Dyson chaired the Independent Panel that upheld the charges against Saracens for breaches of the Premiership Rugby Salary Cap Regulations (“Regulations”). The Panel found that Saracens failed to disclose… Read more »
Stephanie David’s article, titled ‘A review of The FA’s suspension of Peter Beardsley for misconduct‘ has been published on LawInSport. Please click here to read the the full article.