Introduction to International and European Sports Law

Capita Selecta

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ISBN: 978-90-6704-851-4 (Print) 978-90-6704-852-1 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiii

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    Pages 1-33

    What is Sports Law? Lex Sportiva and Lex Ludica: A Reassessment of Content and Terminology

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    Pages 35-66

    Towards a Typology of (International) Comparative Sports Law (Research)

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    Pages 67-96

    The Specificity of Sport: Sporting Exceptions in EU Law

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    Pages 97-130

    EU Competition Law and Professional Sport: The Collective Selling of TV Rights in Europe and the Dutch Equestrian Case: How The Meca Medina ‘Test’ for Organisational Sporting Rules is Applied

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    Pages 131-189

    Sports Betting in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice: A Study into the Application of the Stare Decisis Principle, or: The Application of the ‘Reversal Method’ of Content Analysis and The Essence of the ECJ Case Law on Sports Betting

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    Pages 191-240

    History/Football Politics/Social Dialogue in Sport: Study into the Possible Participation of EPFL and G-14 in a Social Dialogue in the European Professional Football Sector

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    Pages 241-268

    Sport and Nationality: “Accelerated” Naturalisation for National Representative Purposes and Discrimination Issues in Individual and Team Competitions Under EU Law

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    Pages 269-312

    International Professional Football Law: Webster, Matuzalem and De Sanctis—The CAS Transfer ‘Buy-Out’ Rulings

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    Pages 313-333

    Anti-Doping Law in Sport: the Hybrid Character of WADA and the Human Rights of Athletes in Doping Cases (Proportionality Principle)

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    Pages 335-377

    Legal Aspects of Combating Transnational Football Hooliganism in Europe

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    Pages 379-419

    International Sports Boycotts: Sport, Law and Politics