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Resolving Disputes in Sports

600.00

Alternative Dispute Resolution

1 Credit Unit

ATTY. IGNATIUS MICHAEL “MICKEY” D. INGLES

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Resolving disputes in sports

What happens when the field of law meets the field of play? You get sports law. And knowing some sports law can help you resolve the various disputes that may arise in sports.
CATEGORY

Alternative Dispute Resolution

CREDIT UNIT

1

DURATION

60:00

LAUNCH DATE

June 24, 2020

ABOUT THE COURSE

Whenever a sports dispute arises, applying general laws and doctrines and looking at an association’s rules and regulations are the key to successfully resolving it.

At the end of this course, you will be able to determine why field-of-play calls or decisions are rarely appealable in the judicial system, and how sports disputes may and can end up in courts for dispute resolution. You will also learn how to properly classify the employment status of professional athletes through a four-fold test and the importance of knowing association, federation, or league rules. Finally, you will learn more about the Court of Arbitration—the leading body for settling sports disputes.

Course Status

AVAILABLE NOW

Course price

₱443

when you avail the Full Compliance (36 Units) bundle

₱600

Regular price for 1 credit unit course

COURSE PREVIEW

Module 1: Field-of-Play Calls

Module 2: Other Sports Disputes

Module 3: Employment Status of Professional Athletes

Module 4: Association or Federation Rules

Module 5: Court of Arbitration for Sport 

LECTURER

ATTY. IGNATIUS MICHAEL “MICKEY” D. INGLES

Sports Lawyer / Professor / Author

He splits his time between working as an associate in the Law Firm of Ingles Laurel & Calderon where he practices taxation, corporate, and sports law, and teaching as a full-time professor at the Ateneo de Manila University School of Law, where he teaches Constitutional Law, Taxation Law, Emerging Issues in Sports Law, and Robots, Artificial Intelligence, and the Law.

He is the author of Laws for Sports and the Sporty, the country’s definitive sports law textbook.

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