Key Sports Law Cases and Developments Of 2022 - Africa, Asia & Oceania

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Friday, 23 December 2022

At the end of each year, we publish compilation articles to identify and analyse the most important legal cases and developments from the world of sports law in 2022.

The articles are comprised of the opinions of leading lawyers and executives from the LawInSport Editorial and Advisory Board.

In this article are the responses from our African, Asian & Oceania members:

  • Steve Bainbridge - Partner, Squire Patton Boggs, Middle East
    • FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar - Regional Impact
    • FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar - Championing or Chilling?
    • FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar - Sport’s Transcendent Appeal
  • Kelvin Omuojine, Partner, SportsHouse LP, Nigeria
    • CAF v. Lagardere
    • CAF’s New Club Licensing System and Stadium Regulations
    • Approval of Nigeria’s National Sports Industry Policy
  • Mickey Ingles - Lawyer & Professor, Ingles Laurel Calderon & Ateneo de Manila University
    • The Philippine Games and Amusement Board
    • Violence Against Women in Professional Sports
  • Aahna Mehrotra - Partner, TMT Law Practice, India
    • Sports Governance
    • Anti-Doping
    • Online Gaming and Esports
  • Prof Jack Anderson - Special Counsel, Integrity Regulation, Racing Victoria, Australia
    • Rugby litigation in Australia and broadcasting litigation involving Cricket Australia and Sports Integrity Australia
  • James Kitching – Managing Director, The FC Sports Consulting
    • LIV Golf Championships
    • FINA Eligibility Rules
  • Nandan Kamath - Principal Lawyer, LawNK, India
    • India’s Sports Governance Framework
    • Amendments of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Constitution
    • Hockey and Table Tennis Accountability Reform
    • National Anti-Doping Act (2022)
    • Inclusive Events - Transgender Eligibility in Sports
    • Decriminalisation of Online Gaming
    • Advertising of Offshore Betting Brands
  • Sam Fellows, Sports Law and Governance Consultant Solicitor
    • Female Sports and Female Governance
    • Athlete Welfare
  • Shoichi Sugiyama, Attorney-at-Law, Field-R Law, Japan
    • Allegations related to the Tokyo Olympics
    • Reforming the Reserve System in the Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB)
    • JBA’s action to the JSAA’s Arbitral Award

We would like to thank our Editorial and Advisory Board members for taking the time out of their busy schedules to share their views with us, and more broadly for their significant input into LawInSport over the course of the year.  Thank you. 

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