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Part Two of a two-part series on esports, the panel discuss why broken contracts are so common in esports, their thoughts on TFUE v FaZe Clan, and two possible remedies to player exploitation. Morgan Sports Law Barrister and Host, Nick Williams is joined by featured guests, Dom Sacco, Editor and Founder of Esports News UK, Josh Furneaux, Player Age…
 
Part One of a two-part series on esports, this episode discusses the demise of Munster Rugby Gaming/Phelan Gaming, why contracts are so frequently broken in esports, and possible remedies to player exploitation. Morgan Sports Law Barrister and Host, Nick Williams is joined by featured guests, Dom Sacco, Editor and Founder of Esports News UK, Josh F…
 
In Part One of a two-part series, we discuss potential causes for concern for the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). Host Tom Seamer is joined by CAS expert and partner of the firm, William Sternheimer, as well as special guests, Dr Marjolaine Viret (Counsel at PMA Pedrazzini Martin-Achard Avocats) and Dr Antoine Duval (Senior Researcher at the …
 
In this episode of the Play On podcast (recorded in French), we discuss article 19 of the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players which provide for exceptions to the general principle of prohibition of international transfers of minors. This episode is hosted by Morgan Sports Law partner, William Sternheimer joined by Imen Larabi fro…
 
In this episode we discuss the recent amendments to FIFA’s eligibility and change of association rules and what this means for players, clubs and national teams. Host and Morgan Sports Law barrister Tom Seamer is joined by James Kitching Director of Football Regulatory at FIFA, Leticia de Bergia Legal Advisor at the Spanish Football Federation and …
 
In this episode of the Play On podcast, we discuss World Rugby’s ongoing governance review, with a particular focus on the perspective of the Pacific Islands. Host, Tom Seamer is joined by Morgan Sports Law trainee, Ben Cisneros, Pacific Rugby Players Welfare CEO, Dan Leo and Australia rugby international, Matt Toomua to discuss their thoughts on h…
 
In this Spanish spoken episode, host and Morgan Sports Law associate Mario Flores Chemor is joined by Gema Barrasa, Head of Legal at Rayo Vallecano de Madrid, Patricia Rodriguez, CEO at Elche CF and Marco Amezcua, Senior Legal Counsel at FIFA’s Professional Football Department to discuss Articles 18bis and 18ter of the FIFA Regulations on the Statu…
 
In this episode, we discuss the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). In particular we explore various differences between commercial arbitration and sports law arbitration at the CAS. Host Tom Seamer is joined by former CAS Deputy Secretary General and partner of Morgan Sports Law, William Sternheimer, as well as by two current CAS arbitrators, Je…
 
Part Two of a two-part series on Rule 50.2 of the Olympic Charter. In this episode the panel discuss potential alternatives to Rule 50.2, whether such a rule is necessary at all, and what (if any) changes they foresee ahead of the Tokyo Olympics. Host and Morgan Sports Law barrister Tom Seamer is joined by Nii Anteson from our litigation team, Olym…
 
Part One of a two-part series on Rule 50.2 of the Olympic Charter, which prohibits athlete protests during the Olympic games. In this episode, host and Morgan Sports Law barrister Tom Seamer is joined by Nii Anteson from our litigation team, Olympic Gold Medallist Tianna Bartoletta, and the Executive Director of the World Players Association, Brend…
 
In this episode we discuss FIFA’s latest COVID-19 regulatory guidelines (released on 11 June), which are designed to assist clubs, players, coaches and their representatives in navigating their way through the various employment contract issues that have arisen, and will arise, as a result of the pandemic. Host and Morgan Sports Law barrister Tom S…
 
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