The International Sports Law Journal 2011, No. 3-4

EDITORIAL

ARTICLES
 

What is sports Law? Lex Sportiva and Lex Ludica: a Reassessment of Content and Terminology

Robert C.R. Siekmann

 

Defining the Scope and Structure of International Sports Law: Four Conceptual Issues

James A.R. Nafziger

 

The Making of a Lex Sportiva by the Court of Arbitration for Sport

Lorenzo Casini

 

Does the Outsourcing of a Sports League Affect its Evaluation under EU Competition law?

Olli Norros

 

De Sanctis and the Article 16: the Last of the Saga?

Matthijs Withagen and Adam Whyte

 

Webster, Matuzalem, De Sanctis … and the Future

Frans M. de Weger

 

Social Dialogue in European Professional Football

Michele Colucci and Arnout Geeraert

 

The FEI and the Continuing Fight against Doping in Equestrian Sport

John T.Wendt

 

The Specificity of Sport: Sporting Exceptions in EU law

Robert C.R. Siekmann

 

Sport and Nationality: “Accelerated” Naturalisation for National Representative Purposes and Discrimination Issues in Individual and Team Competitions under EU law

Robert C.R. Siekmann

 

Ambush Marketing: an Analysis of its Threat to Sports Rights Holders and the Efficacy of Past, Present and Proposed Anti-Infringement Programmes

Jules Tyrone Marcus

 

Sports Image Rights in The Netherlands

Steffen Hagen

 

Negotiating, Drafting and Interpreting Sports Marketing Agreements:  Some General Legal and Practical Points and Considerations

Ian Blackshaw

 

The Sport Governance Network of European Football: Towards a More Important Role for the EU and Football’s Stakeholder Organizations

Arnout Geeraert, Jeroen Scheerder and Hans Bruyninckx

 

PAPERS

 

Towards a lex sportiva

Ian Blackshaw

 

The US Model of Sports Law: Structure and Key Issues

Karen L. Jones

 

OPINION

 

The Etymology of the Termini Technici Lex Sportiva and Lex Ludica: Where Do They Come From?

Robert C.R. Siekmann

 

The Severance of International Sports Law into a Separate Branch

Aliaksander Danilevich

 

Practicing Sports – a Fundamental Human Right

Alexandru Virgil Voicu, Augustin Fuerea, Daniel Florentin Vi oiu, Zeno Daniel u tac, and Marcel Ionel Boc a

 

Strict Liability and Sports Doping – What Constitutes a Doping Violations and What is the Effect Thereof on the Team?

Niel du Toit

 

Commercial Appropriation of Identity: How Could Two Courts Get It So Wrong?

Steve Cornelius

 

Variations of European Sports Law in Football Practice

Pavel Hamernik

 

Arbitration Tribunal for Sport Affairs at the Polish Olympic Committee

Tomasz Pasieczny

 

The Civil Liability of Teachers and Trainers for the Acts of the Under-Age Sportsmen, from the Perspective of the New Civil Code of Romania

Alexandru Virgil Voicu and Reka Kis

 

Discussion on the Application of European Union Competition Law to the Procedures for the Assignment of Category I, Category II and International Competitions in the Netherlands – KNHS

Richard Parrish

 

Drafting Sports Mediation and Arbitration Clauses for Settling Disputes Through the Court of Arbitration For Sport

Ian Blackshaw

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

·         Law & Sports in India by Mukul Mudgal

·         Sports Law in South Africa by Andre M. Louw

Ian Blackshaw

 

HISTORY

 

The Boycott of the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games and Détente

Robert Siekmann

 

NEWS ITEMS

 

·         Max Moseley Loses European Court of Human Rights Privacy Appeal

·         UK Bid to Host 2018 FIFA World Cup: Lord Triesman Spills Beans!

·         Protecting Sports Images: the Rise and Fall of Super-Injunctions?

·         Champion Jockey Kieren Fallon is Banned by Court Injunction from Competing in the 2011 Derby Horse Race

·         The UK Bribery Act 2010 Finally Comes Into Force

·         Manchester United to List on Singapore Stock Exchange

·         DHL in New Major Sponsorship Deal with Manchester United

·         Manchester United Post Record Financial Results

·         Mohamed Bun Hammam Loses His FIFA Bribery Appeal

Ian Blackshaw

 

DOCUMENTS

 

Authors Index ISLJ 2002-2011

 

Subject Index ISLJ 2002-2011

About: ASSER International Sports Law Centre

The T.M.C. Asser Instituut, together with its stakeholder universities, is currently aligning its research activities in four inter-university research programmes. These research programmes will form the core of the academic activities of the institute for the coming years. Each programme has its ow...

 

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