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Sports Arbitration: A Coach for Other Players - ASA Special Series No. 41

Edited by: Elliot Geisinger, Elena Trabaldo–de Mestra

ISBN13: 9781937518486
Published: March 2015
Publisher: Juris Publishing
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £105.00

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Sports Arbitration: A Coach for Other Players? is not about sports arbitration. The reader may thus ask: Well, what is it about? Arbitration can take inspiration from other human activities, for instance sports. Does it follow that arbitration in general can take inspiration from sports arbitration? Can sports arbitration serve as an example, be it for better or worse? And if so, what are the limits of this?

These questions are highly topical in today's world of arbitration. Faced with the increased duration and costs of arbitral proceedings, and with the perception that litigators instead of business people have taken over the process, more and more users are calling for a return to fast, inexpensive forms of dispute resolution that are conducted by persons of the trade. This has resulted in a series of initiatives to introduce trade-specific forms of dispute resolution based on fast-track arbitration proceedings in a wide range of business sectors.

Sports Law, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Elliott Geisinger and Elena Trabaldo - de Mestral

About the Editors
About the Authors

Chapter 1
Sports Arbitration: Which Features Can Be "Exported" to Other Fields of Arbitration?
Massimo Coccia

Chapter 2
Sports Arbitration: What Are Its Limits as a Model for Other Fields of Arbitration?
Stephan Netzle

Chapter 3
Justice by Specialists: Advantages and Risks (Real and Perceived)
Paolo Michele Patocchi

Chapter 4
"Consent" in Sports Arbitration: Its Multiple Aspects
Antonio Rigozzi and Fabrice Robert-Tissot

Chapter 5
"Consent" in Sports Arbitration: Which Lessons for Arbitrations Based on Clauses in Bylaws of Corporations, Associations, etc.?
Philippe Bärtsch

Chapter 6
"Consent" and Trust Arbitration
Tina Wüstemann

Chapter 7
Mandatory Arbitration of Securities Disputes in the United States: Not Statutory, but De Facto Mandatory
Laurence Shore and Robert Rothkopf

Chapter 8
The Athlete as the "Weaker" Party
Tilman Niedermaier

Chapter 9
Sports Arbitration: Which Lessons for Employment Disputes?
Sébastien Besson


Appendix A: CAS Code 2013--Statutes of the
Bodies Working for the Settlement
of Sports-Related Disputes
Appendix B: CAS Guidelines on Legal Aid--
Guidelines on Legal Aid before the
Court of Arbitration for Sport (in force as
from 1 September 2013)
Appendix C: American Arbitration Association
Wills and Trust Arbitration Rules
and Mediation Procedures
Appendix D: ICC Model Arbitration Clause
for Trust Disputes
Appendix E: FINRA Customer Code
(FINRA Rule 12000 Series)
Appendix F: FINRA Industry Code
(FINRA Rule 13000 Series)
Appendix G: X. v. ATP Tour and the Court of Arbitration
for Sport (CAS)
Appendix H: Judgment of the Landgericht München
I of 26 February 2014

Series: ASA Special Series

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