Approximately two months ago, all 28 members of the US senior Women’s National Soccer Team (WNT) filed a class action lawsuit against the United States Soccer Federation, Inc. (USSF).
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The rise in post-retirement injury claims within sport
Top level athletes suffer for their sport and, increasingly, there is focus on the medium and long-term effects of injuries.
Has Financial Fair Play (FFP) finally found its teeth?
On March 22 2019, Birmingham City FC was docked nine points for breaching the English Football League’s (EFL) rules around profitability and sustainability.
“No fault”, no worries for the NRL?
The National Rugby League is back for another season and round one has certainly come as a welcome distraction for the game’s governing body after one of the most controversial off-seasons in recent memory.
Sports fans and free speech
La Liga takes RFEF to court over US league fixture
Ex-owner of Nottingham Forest FC’s parting gift
Norton Rose Fulbright runs with Caster Semenya
It’s the taking part that counts: participating in the rules of sports governing bodies
Court of arbitration for sport (CAS)