FIFA: New Ethics Complaint!

By Jonathan Copping, Sports Lawyer, Bolt Burdon Law Firm, London, United Kingdom Joseph Weiler, a former member of FIFA’s Governance Committee, has filed an ethics complaint against Football’s World Governing Body. Weiler, who resigned in May, following FIFA President Gianni … Continue reading

Olympic Channel: further expansion

By Prof Dr Ian Blackshaw The multi-platform Olympic Channel, which was launched following the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, has signed three more International Sports Federations as ‘Partners’. They are: the International Handball Federation; the International Roller Sports Federation, to be … Continue reading

Sportradar Expanding in E-Sports

By Emre Bilginoglu, Attorney-at-Law, Istanbul, Turkey Sportradar, which is a multinational corporation, with its headquarters in St Gallen, Switzerland, with thirty-five offices in twenty-four countries around the world, that gathers and analyzes sports data, has partnered with the E-Sports platform … Continue reading

E-Sports for the Olympics?

By Emre Bilginoglu, Attorney-at-Law, Istanbul, Turkey The President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Dr Thomas Bach, has stated in an interview with the South China Morning Post newspaper that he is not opposed, in principle, to the inclusion of … Continue reading