LawInSport and its partner, British Association for Sport and Law, are thrilled to announce the launch of the 'Sports Law Yearbook 2015/16 - UK, Ireland and EU' eBook.
The Yearbook contains legal commentary and analysis from over 50 leading sports lawyers from the UK, Ireland and Europe across 10 different chapters on:
- EU Law
- Commercial Rights
- Employment Law
- Discrimination and Equality
- Media Rights
- Integrity – Financial Corruption
- Disciplinary Procedures
- Participation and Safety
The Sports Law Yearbook has been produced to help identify and review developing trends in the sports law markets of the UK, Ireland and Europe. To this end, we have tried to balance the tone of the Yearbook to ensure that it is accessible to people from all backgrounds without sacrificing the accuracy or depth of the information.
We hope the Sports Law Yearbook will be of interest and use to students, academics, athletes, coaches, the media, sports business professionals, sports administrators, in-house counsel and lawyers around the world.
We would like to sincerely thank all of our authors who contributed towards this Yearbook for their enthusiasm, energy, expertise and professionalism in working with us throughout the process.
Chapter 1 - Governance
Chapter 2 – EU/Competition
Chapter 3 – Commercial/IP
Chapter 4 - Employment
Chapter 5 – Discrimination and Equality
Chapter 6 – Media Rights
Chapter 7 – Financial Corruption
Chapter 8 – Anti-Doping
Chapter 9 – Disciplinary Procedures
Nick De Marco
Chapter 10 – Sport and Safety