The new FA Intermediaries Regulations & disputes likely to arise
Published 31 March 2015 By: Nick De Marco QC
In this article1, barrister Nick De Marco2 explains the new FA and FIFA Regulations on working with Intermediaries, and identifies the areas in which we are most likely to see disputes arising in the future.
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Nick is rated a leading silk in Sports Law and is a member of Blackstone Chambers.
He has advised and acted for a number of sports governing bodies, athletes, most Premier League football clubs and many world-class football players in commercial and regulatory disputes.