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In this essential primer on the key themes in sports law, Jack Anderson explains how law has become important to all aspects of sport, including participation, administration and the resolution of disputes. Crossing legal jurisdictions and sporting codes, it covers issues ranging from ambush marketing to broadcasting, corruption and doping.
Analysing the broad range of actors and stakeholders involved in sport, this concise introduction illustrates how sports law, once the folly of contract law, now engages criminal, competition and international human rights law. The legal nuances to contemporary debates on concussion, the ?gamblification? of sport, the rights of transgender athletes, and sport?s flirtation with everything from cryptocurrencies to NFTs and private equity, all come into the orbit of this book. A departure point for further study in sports law, this book is also a reminder that sports law must be about fair play on, off and in court.
An accessible, global approach to sports law, this book will be an invaluable companion for scholars and students of sports law worldwide. It will be equally beneficial to legal practitioners, journalists and those with an interest in sport generally.
?Throughout this book, Jack Anderson demonstrates his command of the field and superbly articulates the plurality of sports law in shaping and defining legal rights, relationships and interests. He explains the inextricable link between sport and wider contexts, including the commodification of professional sport, and meticulously examines the law?s evolution and expansion into the nuances of this unique regulatory domain.?