SPORTS LAW AND POLICY REVIEW REPORTER
Sports Law and Policy Review Reporter, ‘SLPRR’ in short, is an initiative for facilitating academic research in the area of ‘Law & Sports’ and for publishing knowledgeable content related to Sports Law.
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REGULATION OF DRIVER CONTRACTS IN FORMULA ONE: IS IT TIME TO DEVISE NEW METHODS?
[Author: Pranjal Shah, student of law at Gujarat National Law University] Sports, particularly team sports, have long seen the woes of unequal bargaining power between the management of teams and the athletes. Although Formula One is not a conventional team sport, tales of the power disparities between the constructers and drivers are almost fundamental to…
Chelsea’s Recent Transfer Window Controversy – an Eye Opener for FFP?
[Author: Anisha Chatterjee, student of law at IFIM Law School] Ever since American businessman Todd Boehly and a consortium of investors completed the record £4.25 billion takeover of Chelsea FC, he has left no stone unturned to bring the club back to winning ways. After letting go of key club figures like director Marina Granovskaia,…
DECONSTRUCTING THE AIFF SUSPENSION CONUNDRUM– ANALYSIS OF FIFA’S APPROACH ON THIRD-PARTY INTERVENTION
[Author: Yash Dawda, student of law at NMIMS, Mumbai, India] BACKGROUND OF THE RECENT CONTROVERSY: On 18 May 2022, the Supreme Court of India, took a drastic, not to mention unusual step, by appointing a three-member Committee of Administrators (‘CoA’) headed by former Judge AR Dave to manage the affairs of the AIFF, to adopt…