Lack of legal interest worthy of protection in case of a sporting competition that already took place
SportLegis is a specialised sports law and arbitration practice based in Lausanne
A letter of appointment of a sole arbitrator is not a decision appealable to the Swiss Federal Tribunal
Judgment 4A_662/2018 of May 14, 2019 FC A. v. FC B. Request for revision of the CAS Award 2015/O/4052
Riza v Turkey: European Court of Human Rights gives further guidance on establishing independent arbitral tribunals
International transfer of minors in football – key takeaways and procedural issues from Chelsea & The FA v. FIFA
The validity of FIFA’s arbitration clause and the independence of the CAS: A detailed review of the RFC Seraing cases
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Dr Despina Mavromati
Recognized as a Thought Leader by Who’s Who Legal in Switzerland since 2018: “Despina Mavromati is an ‘extremely clever lawyer’ with an impressive practice. She is widely recognized for her skill in arbitration.”
SportLegis represents clients in contractual, disciplinary and governance-related matters before CAS, FIFA and other major sports judicial instances / arbitral institutions based in Switzerland and abroad.
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SportLegis offers open-minded and reliable advice with a view to anticipating and assessing legal risk in international sport-related affairs. In cooperation with an international network of associated experts in the field, we represent athletes in contractual / disciplinary proceedings and advise sports federations regarding their regulations / dispute resolution procedures.