Month: August 2018

Commonwealth Games Australia to re-shape Board

SportsLawyer offers a depth of knowledge and experience to our clients in the area of governance and constitutions.  We’ve been supporting the Commonwealth Games Board on their new constitution following an extensive review over the past 18 months, leading to the transition from an Incorporated Association to a Company Limited by Guarantee, and a streamlined and …

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Murray ‘up against it’ over drugs penalty

As published in the Sunday Herald Sun – Sunday, 26th August 2018   One of Melbourne’s best sports lawyers says the similarities in Sam Murray’s case to Wendell Sailor’s maximum cocaine suspension show he “is up against it” to dodge a four-year ban. SportsLawyer Principal Paul Horvath helped represent Mark Thompson through the Essendon supplements …

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National Sports Law Conference

Paul will be speaking about “Out of Hours’ Player Behaviour – What Can Be Regulated?”  The session covers the types of ‘out of hours’ player behaviour that can be regulated in the employment contract. This session will specifically address: Social media activities Lifestyle activities ‘Controversial’ or ‘Unpopular’ beliefs and statements The conference will be chaired …

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