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Hayden Opie receives Australia Day honour 2018

Hayden Opie receives Australia Day honour 2018

  • 19/04/2018 12:49:00 PM
Big morning at Government House - Congratulations Hayden Opie, AM, Australia Day honours recipient who received his honour this morning. Well done Hayden, well deserved. Sports law in Australia and Overseas is much better for your contribution.
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The way of thinking about “professional sport in Australia has probably been naïve”

The way of thinking about “professional sport in Australia has probably been naïve”

  • 18/04/2018 8:07:00 AM
Paul Horvath, Principal at Paul Horvath Solicitors, believes that a sense of arrogance and a lack of strong leadership is one way that unintended laxity of policing in integrity can manifest itself in sport. In this article for the upcoming issue of World Sports Advocate Paul looks at the sports governance and integrity issues that have surfaced recently in Australia,
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Recent case wins

Recent case wins

  • 16/03/2018 1:01:00 PM
Paul Horvath and the Team at SportsLawyer have been involved in some recent cases with successful outcomes. Here are a few:
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Sportslawyer Club of the Year Award

Sportslawyer Club of the Year Award

  • 7/03/2018 9:04:00 AM
Skylark Sports were awarded the Sportslawyer Club of the Year Award beating out Small Club of the Year winner Reach Gymnastics, True Blue Migration Medium Club of the Year Winner Fishermen's Bend Gymnastics Club and Large Club of the Year Winner and 2016 Club of the Year recipients Peninsula Gymnastics.
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March 2018 newsletter

March 2018 newsletter

  • 1/03/2018 1:34:00 PM
This months newsletter looks at selection policies and conflicts of interest. Individual and team selection is a challenging process. In order to minimise selection disputes, sporting organisations have a responsibility to implement procedures that guarantee selection criterion is strictly adhered to and that the process is overseen fairly and consistently.
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Restraint of Trade in Australian Sport

Restraint of Trade in Australian Sport

  • 10/11/2017 3:44:00 PM
Modern sport is commonly seen at the elite level as a business. In business it is common to enter into contracts with parties one is dealing with for many reasons. Firstly, each party knows what they are getting from the transaction with their obligations and benefits being specifically detailed in the contract. It also reduces the margin for dispute. Any dispute would be resolved primarily by reference to the contract.
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