The Court of Arbitration for Sport 1984-2004

The Court of Arbitration for Sport 1984-2004


Edited by I. S. Blackshaw, Edited by J. W. Soek, Edited by R. C. R. Siekmann

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  • Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press
  • Format: Hardback | 610 pages
  • Dimensions: 162mm x 244mm x 36mm | 1,120g
  • Publication date: 2 March 2006
  • Publication City/Country: The Hague
  • ISBN 10: 9067042048
  • ISBN 13: 9789067042048
  • Edition: 1
  • Edition statement: 1st Edition.
  • Illustrations note: biography
  • Sales rank: 1,581,308

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I am very pleased and proud to write the Foreword to this Book on the occasion of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) having completed its first twenty years of operations. And I warmly congratulate the ASSER International Sports Law Centre and the Editors, Ian Blackshaw, Rob Siekmann and Janwillem Soek - in cooperation with Andrew Gibson, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, and Steve Cornelius, University of Johannesburg, South Africa -, on their joint initiative in putting together and publishing this Book. The CAS has come a long way since the idea of establishing it was first mentioned by Juan Antonio Samaranch, the former IOC President. His vision and confidence in its future have been truly vindicated. Since its creation and up to 31 December 2003, 576 cases have been submitted, of which 550 were requests for arbitration and 26 for an advisory opinion. In 2004, there was a sharp rise in the number of cases handled by the CAS and this trend continues apace. Thus, the CAS goes from strength to strength and has a great future, having, in the words of the Swiss Federal Tribunal in its landmark judgement of 27 May 2003, "built up the trust of the sporting world [and] widely recognised . ..[as] of the principal mainstays of organised sport.

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Author information

Court of Arbitration for Sport. Asser International Sports Law Centre, T.M.C. Asser Institute, The Hague.

Table of contents

Introductory Remarks.- Une Nouvelle Institution D'Arbitrage: le Tribunal Arbitral du Sport (TAS).- The Court of Arbitration for Sport.- The Role and Functions of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).- Arbitration of International Sport Disputes.- Independence of the Cas Recognised by the Swiss Federal Tribunal.- Quelques Observations Sur L'arbitrage Sportif International. A Propos D'un Recent Arret du Tribunal Federal Suisse.- Experiences with Arbitration Before the Cas: Objective Circumstances or Purely Individual Impressions?.- The Ordinary Arbitration Procedure of the Court of Arbitration for Sport.- The Appeals Procedure Before the Cas.- Arbitration at the Sydney Olympic Games.- The ad Hoc Division of the Court of Arbitration for Sport at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games - an Overview.- Sports Arbitration for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.- Cas Advisory Opinions.- The Cas Mediation Rules.- The Arbitrability of Sport Disputes and the Rules of the Game.- Examination of Witnesses and Experts in Cas Hearings. Which Rules Apply to the Examination of Witnesses and Experts in a Cas Hearing?.- Provisional Measures in Cas Arbitrations.- Cas Landmark Decisions.- Doping Cases Before the Cas and the World Anti-Doping Code.- The Iaaf Arbitration Panel. The Heritage of Two Decades of Arbitration in Doping-Related Disputes.- Form Follows Function: Crafting Rules for a Sport-Specific Arbitration Process - 'The Canadian Cas'.- An 'Irish Court of Arbitration for Sport'?.- The Activities of the Japan Sports Arbitration Agency.- Sporting Arbitration and the International Olympic Committee'S Court of Arbitration for Sport.- Arbitration as Preventative Medicine for Olympic Ailments: The International Olympic Committee'S Court of Arbitration for Sport and the Future for the Settlement of International Sporting Disputes.- International Athletic Dispute Resolution: Tarnishing the Olympic Dream.- Mandatory, Binding Arbitration for Olympic Athletes: Is the Process Better or Worse for 'Job Security'?.- The Trials and Tribulations of the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Contribution to the Study of the Arbitration of Disputes Concerning Disciplinary Sanctions.- Lex Sportiva and Cas.- Lex Sportiva and Lex Ludica: The Court of Arbitration for Sport's Jurisprudence.- The Substance and Illusion of Lex Sportiva.- Twenty Years On: An Evaluation of the Court of Arbitration for Sport.- Concluding Remarks.