More fans engage with women's cricket as impressive broadcast and digital numbers revealed
Could Spotify's integration of NFTs inspire sports businesses to embrace NFT technology?
Visibility Of Women’s Sport: What Athletes And Influencers Need To Know Before Launching A Podcast
ICC acts to Protect Players in the Digital Space
Sport And Employment Law – Annual Review 2022/23
Book Review: 4th Edition 2022 of Sports Law By David Thorpe, Antonio Buti, Paul Jonson, Jack Anderson
Listed Sporting Events Regime Under Review By UK Government
Disney Star will be the home of ICC cricket in India through to 2027
CDC imposes six-point sanction on Lancashire County Cricket Club
Negotiating athlete endorsement agreements in India
Former professional player Ryan Davies receives suspended ban
The Lifecycle Of An International Athlete - Key UK Income Tax Considerations For Non-Residents
The Importance Of Early Reporting & Preserving Evidence: Lessons From The Brendan Taylor Cricket Corruption Case
ICC launches tender process for media rights starting in 2024
Teeing Up For A Competition Lawsuit? The PGA Tour’s Refusal To Release LIV Golf Invitational Hopefuls
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A new dawn? How India Is Regulating Online Gaming & Fantasy Sports
Further update on action plan to tackle racism and all forms of discrimination
Sports Lawyer In The Spotlight: James Kitching
What Tournament Organisers Can Learn From India’s AFC Women’s Cup Exit
Key Sports Law Cases And Developments Of 2021 – Asia, Africa & Oceania
The Azeem Rafiq Case: How Sports Can Better Tackle Player Discrimination
The ICC appoints Geoff Allardice as CEO
The International Cricket Council (ICC) today confirmed Geoff Allardice has been appointed as the organisation’s permanent CEO after more than eight months in the role on an interim basis.
Allardice, a former first-class cricketer, was the ICC General Manager, Cricket for eight years having previously held a similar role at Cricket Australia.
Sports Minister says independent regulator in cricket is a possible option
Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston has said that an independent regulator may be created for cricket following the ongoing racism scandal.
Following Azeem Rafiq’s testimony at a Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) select committee where he detailed the racism that he suffered throughout his cricketing career Huddleston said he found it “alarming” and “harrowing”.
Devon Thomas charged under Anti-Corruption Code
ICC agrees deal with SuperSport to show ICC cricket in 52 African territories
Sport, Equality And Discrimination – Annual Review 2022/23
Clothing & Equipment Regulations In Professional Cricket: Insights From The Indian Premier League
What Sponsors Can Learn From The 2022 World Cup Beer Fiasco
Sport And Governance - Annual Review 2022/23
A Summary of Key Sports Law Cases In Australia in 2022
Who is a ‘publisher’ in the context of defamatory material posted on a social media website? (Fairfax v Voller)
ECB Racism Disciplinary Proceedings To Be Held In Public: Open Justice In Sports Disputes
Asif, Fareed fined for breaching ICC Code of Conduct
Bas de Leede found guilty of breaching the ICC Code of Conduct
The Need For Clear & Unequivocal Rules On Therapeutic Use Exemptions (ECB V Tom Wood)
Cricketer Tom Wood eligible to return to sport following a six-month ban
Broad guilty of breaching ICC Code of Conduct
Update on the Yorkshire County Cricket Club investigation
The Lifecycle Of An International Athlete – Dealing With Divorce
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Can sports formats be protected by copyright law?
Investing To Win - Why Foreign Athletes Are Eyeing Indian Startups
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Key Sports Law Cases And Developments Of 2021 – UK & Ireland
ICC launches strategy for Global Growth
The International Cricket Council today unveiled its global growth strategy which places women’s cricket firmly at the heart of its long-term ambitions. The strategy which has been developed in partnership with ICC Members is aimed at strengthening, growing, and protecting the game with the vision of more players, more fans and more nations enjoying cricket.