Is mediation suitable to resolve sports related disputes?
Published 05 November 2014 By: Volker Hesse
Based on his own research, Volker Hesse draws conclusion on the kind of sports disputes that are most suitable to be submitted to mediation, the success rates of mediation, its limitations and on what barriers prevent mediation being used often to settle sport disputes.
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- Tags: Arbitration | Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) | European Union | Football | Governance | Litigation | Regulation | UEFA
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Volker Hesse is founder and director of VIVA Sports Law – Consulting, a consulting company specialized in sports management and sports law in Zurich, Switzerland. He is additionally a member of the UCI Disciplinary and Arbitral Board and a mediator.