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31/07/2015

FIFA on third party ownership

Ami Barav instructed by FIFA The Brussels first Instance court has rejected Doyen Sports & Others application for interim relief, directed against FIFA, UEFA and the Belgian Football Association regarding the recent prohibition by FIFA on third party ownership of the so called players’ economic rights (TPO). The Court held it had no jurisdiction under […]

31/07/2015

Arthur Marriott honoured at GAR dinner

Arthur Marriott was presented the award by GAR publisher David Samuels after an introduction by his friend, Hong Kong-based arbitrator Neil Kaplan QC – receiving a standing ovation from guests. Active in law for nearly half a century, Marriott was one of the first solicitors to be made Queen’s Counsel (in 1997) and served as […]

29/07/2015

No job sharing in the Commons – by Phillip Patterson

The Administrative Court has recently ruled against two members of the Green Party who made an innovative attempt to stand together in the Basingstoke constituency at the 2015 General Election on the basis of a job-share. Sarah Cope and Clare Phipps both felt that their personal circumstances prevented them from adequately fulfilling the role of […]

23/07/2015

Mega-basement Decision

  Judgment in the matter of (1) Zipporah Lisle-Mainwaring and (2) Force Foundations (Basement Force) Ltd V The Mayor and Burgesses of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Full Judgment                    

20/07/2015

4-5 Gray’s Inn Square – Judicial Review Conference success

This year’s Judicial Review Conference was a great success with over 90 delegates in attendance, In keeping with tradition this event was held at the magnificent common room in the Law Society. Please contact seminars@4-5.co.uk if you would like to receive electronic versions of the talks.      

 
 

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