The FA V Marc Bola – Dealing With Historical Aggravated Breaches
An earlier article published on LawInSport by John Shea titled ‘New Precedent Set For Withholding/Editing Content From Regulatory Decisions? - The FA V Marc Bola’ considered a landmark decision addressing when it is permissible to edit the content of a FA Regulatory Commission’s written reasons.
This article looks at those underlying written reasons that were edited in the case of The FA v Marc Bola and the principles arising thereof.
Continue reading this article...
Already a member? Sign in
Get access to all of the expert analysis and commentary at LawInSport including articles, webinars, conference videos and podcast transcripts. Find out more here.
- Tags: Dispute Resolution | FA Rules | Football | Regulation & Governance | Social Media | Sports | United Kingdom (UK)
- A Summary Of 2021’s Key Sports Law Cases From The CAS & SFT
- New Precedent Set For Withholding/Editing Content From Regulatory Decisions? - The FA v Marc Bola
- How To Use ‘Variable Sell-On Clauses’ In Football Transfers After Arsenal’s Win At CAS
- Can Clubs Shift The Financial Burden Of FIFA’s Solidarity Contribution For Player Transfers
- How football clubs “transfer” coaching staff - insights from Spain, France, Italy, UK & USA
- Not So 'Carefree' - How UK Sanctions On Russia Affect Chelsea Football Club
Thomas Horton is an associate (barrister) at Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP’s London office, practising in the firm’s sports litigation department. Thomas specialises in contentions and regulatory sports matters, regularly representing and advising football clubs, football players and football intermediaries. Thomas regularly appears before sports governing bodies’ disciplinary commissions. Thomas was ranked in the Legal 500, 2022 – London Bar – Sport as a ‘Rising Star’, and in November 2021 was appointed to Sport Resolutions’ Pro Bono Legal Advice Panel. Thomas regularly writes on sports law issues, particularly concerning football, and has provided analysis for various news providers, including the BBC, Sky Sports News and The Athletic.