Autonomy and good governance in light of the case law rendered by the CAS, ISLR, 2014, pp. 71-79
Published in the International Sports Law Review, Issue 4/ 2014, Thomson Reuters UK, pp. 71-79
This paper presents the concepts of autonomy and good governance of sports associations as they have been discussed in cases brought before by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. It mostly tackles questions related to elections, to the adoption of new rules and policies, to expulsion/admission of member federations and to the selection of athletes for the Olympic Games.