A Summary Of CAS Decisions At The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games
In February 2022, viewers around the world were dazzled by the skill and courage of athletes participating in the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games. Behind the competitions held at Beijing 2022, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), through an Ad Hoc Tribunal (CAS Ad Hoc Division), worked to arbitrate disputes over qualification and eligibility and doping-related matters. This article summarises the decisions.
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Martin practices commercial law with extensive experience in contracts and commercial litigation. Martin focuses on corporate, commercial, regulatory and private clients, with particular expertise in the sports and media sectors.
Mark has a broad range of experience in corporate and commercial practice areas, with a particular focus on the sports and media industries.