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Negligence In International Sports Law

Explain the application of ordinary negligence taking account of all the circumstances to the question of negligence liability in sport.

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Dissertation Pre Bosman And Beyond

The European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) decision in Union Royale Belge des Societes de Football Association

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The Bosman Ruling

December 15th 1995 is a key date within the history of football and what the court decided on that day has had a major effect on how football has developed into the major money spinning sport it is today.

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Australian Rules Footballer Injured

A professional Australian rules footballer injured when an opposition player makes physical contact with him in any manner whatsoever is prevented from successfully

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Problems Encountered By International Athletes Law Essay

Over the past several decades, the major sports associations of the United States have become as multi-cultural as the United States itself.

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Can You Patent A Sports Move

Can you patent a sports move? What about Michael Jordan's slam dunk, Pete Sampras's serve, or Tiger Woods' swing? After all, wouldn't this be a great advantage for certain athletes?

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Wadas Whereabouts System

WADA’s “whereabouts system” – athletes’ price to pay?

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International Sports Law

Within sports competition, negligence is the most common cause of people who suffer physical or psychological harm or injury. According to Collins (1984, p 39),

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Violence In Video Games

Video games have been a topic of controversy for many years now. Should there be laws against violent or sexually explicit video games? Or are these games really just... games?

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Commercialization Of Sports

With the ever-increasing commercialization of sports, big sports today have gone a far way from merely being a form of exercise and amateur sports to an industry.

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Bulldogs Rugby League Club

The case Bulldogs Rugby League Club & Anor v Williams & Ors[1] gave the situation to the court to consider the doctrine of restrain of trade under common law and the Restraints of Trade Act 1976 (NSW).[2]

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Comment On Patenting Sporting Apparatus

The longest standing, best known, and arguably, economically most valuable form of protection of rights provided by the law of intellectual property comes in the form of the patent.

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Drugs In Sport

As of the 1st of January 2009 the World anti-doping agency (WADA) implemented an updated version of its 2004 ‘whereabouts’ rule, meaning that top elite athletes in all areas of sport must provide WADA with knowledge of their whereabouts

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Assessed Dissertation Proposal Form

How has the face of English and European football changed since the landmark case of Bosman? In response to the reform of the football transfer market

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European Sports Law

The basis of whether European sports law is incapable of recognising the specificities of sport is the subject of debate in this essay.

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