Date:Thursday, September 7, 2017
Time:12:00 to 14:00
Venue:ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Glory (MAP)
Fee:JPY 6,500 or 1 SCCIJ Luncheon Voucher 2017 (Members)
JPY 7,000 (Non-Members)
*No-shows and cancellations after deadline will be charged in full*
Registration:by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (Deadline: August 31)
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The presentation will address the events that led to the FIFA Scandal. How have the FIFA and the various state authorities reacted? How did the FIFA Scandal influence the world of sports? The IOC and the international sports organisations are now eager to introduce education tools, reporting mechanisms and ethic codes in order to prevent unethical behaviour, to identify integrity issues at an early stage and to impose tough sanctions when such issues must be adjudicated.
Professor Ulrich Haas is professor of law at the University of Zurich. Sports law as well as arbitration law are two of his major fields of research. He also acts as a practitioner in these fields of law. He regularly acts as an arbitrator under the ICC-Rules, Swiss Rules and DIS-Rules. Furthermore, he is a frequently appointed arbitrator with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne. In addition, Professor Haas served on the Code Project team that revised the WADC 2015 and was a member of the Cycling Independent Reform Commission (CIRC), entrusted by the UCI to investigate the doping history in professional road cycling. He was CAS-arbitrator at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver (2010) and the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro (2016).
Dr. Stephan Netzle studied law at the Universities of Zurich, Switzerland and Virginia, USA. He is practicing law since 1987. In 2008, he founded TIMES Attorneys.
Dr. Netzle is a renowned sports law expert and was a judge with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) from 1991 until 2010. He served as an arbitrator at the Olympic Games in Sydney 2000 and Beijing 2008. He is advising and representing several international sports federations regarding commercial, organisational, disciplinary, doping and compliance issues. Dr. Netzle is a lecturer on international arbitration at the University of Zurich. He participated in two Olympic Games (1980 and 1984) as an athlete and became world champion in rowing 1982.