Challenging disciplinary decisionsSunday, 11 October 2009
By Jonathan Ellis, Charles Russell LLP
English courts have traditionally been reluctant to interfere with the decisions of sporting regulators. Sports governing bodies are recognised as being experts in their fields, and as being far better placed to regulate their sports than the courts.
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