Key Principles On Player Contracts From The Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (Part 2: Interpretation & Performance)
This is the second article in a series that explains the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal’s (BAT) jurisprudence on basketball employment contracts.
Part 2 focuses on the interpretation and performance of contracts, looking in particular at:
Principles of contract interpretation recognized by BAT ;
Parties’ contractual rights and obligations;
Consequences of non-performance of the contracts.
Part 1, which looked at contractual formation, is available here.1
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- Tags: Arbitration | Basketball | Basketball Arbitration Tribunal | Contract | Dispute Resolution | Employment
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Antanas Paulauskas is an Associate Partner at ADLEX law firm, based in Vilnius (Lithuania). Antanas is a sports law attorney, who regularly consults professional athletes, sports clubs, sports federations and other organizations and represent them in litigation both before domestic courts and arbitrations.