I PLAY FAIR Sports Law Conference

Published 12 July 2013

I PLAY FAIR

10-11th November 2013, Cape Town

The South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) is hosting an International Sports Law Conference in Cape Town, South Africa. The I PLAY FAIR – Sports Law Conference will serve as a ‘curtain raiser’ to the World Conference on Doping in Johannesburg. Speakers at the conference include; David Howman (Director General; WADA), Edwin Moses (Olympic Gold Medalist and USADA Chair), Professor Steve Cornelius (University of Pretoria; Law Faculty).

Register

https://conferences.drugfreesport.org.za/tickets/

 

Program and speakers

 

Day 1:

Date: Sunday 10th November

Time: 09:00

Venue: Sports Science Institute of South Africa

     
TOPIC Speaker Time
Welcome Address Dr. Victor Ramathesele
Chairman: South African Institute of Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS)
09. 00
Facilitator Prof. Rochelle Le Roux
Director: Institute of Development and Labour Law; University of Cape Town
 
Legal challenges faced by WADA David Howman
Director General: WADA
09:15
Questions and Comments   09:45
A South African view on Match Fixing in Sport Steve Cornelius
Professor of Law: Intellectual Property; University of Pretoria
09:15
Questions and Comments   09:45
Facilitator Prof. Denver Hendricks  
Cheating in Sport – Is increasing regulation the answer Uvasi Naidoo
CEO, International Netball Federation
09:55
Questions and Comments   10:25
Ethical questions in sport – specific reference to World Cricket David Richardson
CEO: International Cricket Council (ICC): Attorney-at-law
10:35
Questions and Comments   11:05
Deviancy in Sport - Prof.Cora Burnett
Senior Research Professor; University of Johannesburg
11:15
Questions and Comments   11:45
 TBD Janez Kocijancic
FIS Council Member; Attorney-at-law
11:55
Questions and Comments   12:25
Respect concept in Football (An Indonesian point of view) Hinca Pandjaitan 12:35
Lunch

 

13:00
Facilitator Prof. Paul Singh  
The role of an Anti-Doping Organisation in a legal proceeding Stephen Netzle
Arbitrator; Court of Arbitration in Sport; Attorney- at- Law; Netzle Rechtsanwälte AG
14:00
Questions and Comments   14:30
Human rights and Monopolies in Sport Andre Louw
School of Law; University of KwaZulu-Natal: South Africa
14:40
Questions and Comments   15:10
“Techno-doping” Klaus Vieweg 15:20
Questions and Comments   15:50
Closing remarks Prof. Rochelle Le Roux
Director: Institute of Development and Labour Law; University of Cape Town: South Africa
16:00

 

Date: Monday 11th November

Time: 09:00

Venue: Sports Science Institute of South Africa

     

TOPIC

Speaker

Time

Day 2 welcome Nic Kock 09:00
Conflicting values in sport James Nafzieger
Thomas B. Stoel Professor of Law; Director of International Law Programs; Willamette University
09:15
Questions and Comments   09:45
TBD Prof. Rob Siekmann
Professor of International and European Sports Law: Erasmus University Rotterdam
09:55
Questions and Comments   10:25
Corporate Governance in Australian Sports and the role of the integrity unit Hayden Opie
Academic – Sports Law; The University of Melbourne
10:35
Questions and Comments   11:05
Facilatator    
Representing an Athlete in an Anti-Doping Case Michael Murphy
Attorney-at-Law; Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs (ENS)
11:15
Questions and Comments   11:45
The current legal challenges facing Anti Doping Organisation’s Joseph Du Poncier
CEO: International group for National Anti-Doping Agencies (iNADO); Attorney-at-Law
11:55
Questions and Comments   12:25
    12:35
Lunch   13:00
Facilitator    
A critical analysis on the Armstrong case John Wolohan
Professor of Sports Law; Syracuse University
14:00
Questions and Comments   14:30
The ARMSTRONG case “Building a mega-case” Travis Tygart
CEO; United States Anti-Doping Agency
14:40
Questions and Comments   15:10
The Custodians of the Future of Cycling? Sports Executives and/or Professional Cyclists? Jaimie Fuller,
Change Cycling Now Organization
15:20
The Spirit of Sport Edwin Moses
Chairman: United States Anti-Doping Agency / Olympic Gold Medalist
16:00
Questions and Comments   16:30
Closing Comments Dr Victor Ramathesele 16:50