Professional sport and bullying – lessons from the ECB and Kevin Pietersen affair
Published 30 October 2014 By: Charlotte Davies
On 9 October 2014, after a six-month wait while bound by the confidentiality provisions of a settlement agreement1, Kevin Pietersen published his autobiography2.
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Charlotte is an active member of the Littleton Chambers Sports Law group. She has been instructed in variety of sports law disputes including an internal matter for a Football League club and a claim by an agent against a professional boxer.