Indian sports law update: BCCI conflict of interest cases and IPL’s Covid-19 rules
With the recent and much anticipated return of the Indian Premier League (IPL), this Indian sports law update examines a number of contemporary issues from the world of cricket, namely:
- IPL’s Covid-19 procedure;
- BCCI conflict of interest cases relating to:
- Sourav Ganguly; and
- Virat Kohli
- The result of arbitration proceedings between:
- BCCI and World Sports Group relating to IPL broadcast rights; and
- BCCI and the owners of IPL team Deccan Chargers relating to the terms of a bank guarantee.
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About the Author
Naik Naik & Co., Mumbai
Manangraduated from Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai and currently works at Naik Naik & Co., Mumbai in the Media and Entertainment Non Litigation team.
He holds a keen interest in sports law and has been selected as a Mentee in the inaugral LawInSport Mentorship Scheme, being mentored by the CEO of LawInSport, Sean Cottrell.