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Volume: 16 Issue: 3
(March 2018)

decisions pyeongchang previous cas case law claude ramoni partner libra law provides indepth analysis court arbitration sport (‘cas international

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The decisions on Pyeongchang and previous CAS case law

Claude Ramoni, Partner at Libra Law, provides indepth analysis of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (‘CAS’) and International Olympic Committee (‘IOC’) decisions relating to the participation of Russian athletes in the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games (‘Pyeongchang’) in the context of previous CAS ad hoc Division awards, and makes several observations on the implications of the confirmed admissibility of a decision banning a whole nation or a group of athletes, which marks a departure from the treatment of each case on an individual basis.

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