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    BASL blog – Forthcoming 6th ‘Grayson Memorial Lecture’

    Its that time of year (again) when we look forward to one of the event highlights of the BASL calendar – the forthcoming annual Edward Grayson memorial lecture. Breaking with tradition however, this year will not be a lecture in the sense of an address from single stellar performer but rather, a panel discussion featuring four highly acclaimed contributors from the worlds of law and sport who need little (if any) introduction.

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    Global Integrity In Sport weekly media recap 7-13 April 2014

    Last week we were in West Africa where we hosted two INTERPOL-FIFA Regional Integrity Workshops in Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire for the member countries of the West African Football Union (WAFU), zones A and B. Our many thanks to our partners at WAFU A and B and all of the delegates for contributing to two successful events.

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    India - Scheduling conflict for badminton league, boxing in turmoil and IPL 2014 corruption crackdown

    In this weeks Indian Sport Law Blog, Manali Kulkarni provides an update on the Badminton World Federation’s regulations and the Indian Badminton League tournament; Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF); Trainer CD Katrak suspended by the Royal Western India Turf Club; N. Srinivasan status as BCCI representative in the ICC questioned; and, The Sports Ministry requests the BCCI for information on IPL-2014 tournament.

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    Update on anti-corruption efforts in football, cricket & rugby: ACSU, IPL, NZRU, FA, FIFPro

    This week's recap features the arrest of 13 players from Football League clubs in England allegedly involved in match-fixing. Six of the footballers arrested had originally been held in December last year under suspicion of involvement in acts of bribery and money laundering, but were later bailed. The investigation is being led by The National Crime Agency (NCA) and all 13 individuals are being interviewed by local police.

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    Bonus structures in English professional football

    In this article, Richard Berry explains the current types and contractual status of footballers’ bonuses in light of the recent dispute at Cardiff City, and goes on to explore where remuneration in English Football may be heading in the future.

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    The salary cap in Rugby Union

    Off-field aspects of rugby union in England have filled many column inches in the written media in recent months, most notably in respect of the on-going issues relating to participation in European competition.

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    Message from event hosting market to rights-holders: reform or die

    With evidence that the appetite for hosting major sports events may be waning at a time of increasing demand for transparency in public expenditure, Rowland Jack, Founder of I Trust Sport, argues that better governance is essential for safeguarding sport’s future. He cites examples of the types of reforms which may be needed and sees encouraging signs in recent developments.

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    Sport: Law and Practice, Third Edition

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    Leading sports law duo publish new edition of unparalleled guide to key legal issues in the sports sector

    Sport: Law and Practice, Third Edition identifies and comprehensively explains the central legal issues that arise in this field of law. The book gathers together in one place references to all of the diverse sources of sports law, including relevant UK and EC legislation and regulations, as well as the jurisprudence of the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

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BASL blog – Forthcoming 6th ‘Grayson Memorial Lecture’

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Its that time of year (again) when we look forward to one of the event highlights of the BASL calendar – the forthcoming annual Edward Grayson memorial lecture. Breaking with tradition however, this year will not be a lecture in the sense of an address from single stellar performer but rather, a panel discussion featuring four highly acclaimed contributors from the worlds of law and sport who need little (if any) introduction.

Message from event hosting market to rights-holders: reform or die

Written by Rowland Jack Hits 1688

Brazil Rio

With evidence that the appetite for hosting major sports events may be waning at a time of increasing demand for transparency in public expenditure, Rowland Jack, Founder of I Trust Sport, argues that better governance is essential for safeguarding sport’s future. He cites examples of the types of reforms which may be needed and sees encouraging signs in recent developments.