FROM THE IPSLJ EDITORIAL BOARD
It is our pleasure to send you the issue 2/2016 of the newsletter of the International Platform of Sports Law Journals (IPSLJ).
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CAHIERS DE DROIT DU SPORT ISSUE 44/2016
(e-sport / Specificity of sport / Staite aids under UE Treaty / Normative powers of national federations / Sports justice in France / Transfer of players / Brand Protection / Taxlaw /
Security and fans movements / Doping / Sports organisers and liabilities / Broadcasting rights / Contracts )
RIVISTA DI DIRITTO ED ECONOMIA DELLO SPORT: 2/2016
(Sports Justice, Disciplinary measures in Sport, Sponsorship)
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Events and Sports Law Programmes
- CORSO SLPC DI SPECIALIZZAZIONE IN DIRITTO ED ECONOMIA DELLO SPORT
Rome, Italy, 2017
- Advanced Course on Comparative and International Law of Sports
John Cabot University, in partnership with Rex Sport, Rome, Academic year, 2016/2017
- LL.M. Program in International Sports Law Practice
St. John's Law School, New York, USA
- EU: Sport Info Day 2017
(Find out about the funding opportunities in the field of sport)
THE FIFA REGULATIONS ON WORKING WITH INTERMEDIARIES
IMPLEMENTATION AT NATIONAL LEVEL
Michele Colucci (ed.)
International Sports Law and Policy Bulletin 1/2016
BOOK REVIEW (I Edition)
The book is the second and updated edition of a work of international specialists, whose contributions have been
edited by Prof. Michele Colucci. The FIFA Regulations on Working with Intermediaries is a landmark change in its approach to govern this sensitive category of professionals. This
extraordinary reform has had a huge and lasting impact on the consolidated national rules dealing with intermediaries.
M. Colucci ed.
The context was too challenging to ignore. The Sports Law and Policy Centre (http://www.sportslawandpolicycentre.com),
has published a global, nearly exhaustive review of both the new FIFA Regulations and their national implementations by
the most influential football associations in Europe, Americas, Middle East and Asia.
The upgraded analysis is comparative and multidimensional. It raises the major legal issues concerning the actual problems and suggests practical
Kluwer Law International 2016
The FIFPro Global Survey provides a snapshot of a professional footballer's life in 2016, covering issues such as age, education and salary, to the topics of contract renewal and transfers. It also gathers data about longer-term experiences of footballers throughout their careers on issues such as abuse, violence, and match-fixing.
(entry into force: 1 January 2017)
Dr. Antoine Duval
Prof. Dr. Ben Van Rompuy
Frans de Weger
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