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Global Support

We represent our clients in a variety of dispute resolution forums around the world. See below for examples of our international reach.

World map of client base

Albania

Acted for an athlete in anti-doping proceedings.

Algeria

Acted for an athlete in a whereabouts failure case.

Argentina

Acted for a professional footballer on a compromise agreement.

Australia

Acted for a professional rugby union player in anti-doping proceedings.

Belarus

Acted for a multiple World Champion in anti-doping proceedings.

Belgium

Acted for various athletes in anti-doping proceedings.

Canada

Acted for an athlete support person in anti-doping proceedings.

China

Acted for an Olympic Champion in anti-doping proceedings. 

Colombia

Acted for a WorldTour cyclist in anti-doping proceedings.

Croatia

Acted for an international footballer in anti-doping proceedings.

Egypt

Acted for an athlete in anti-doping proceedings.

El Salvador

Acted for equestrian athletes in anti-doping proceedings. 

France

Acted for a rugby player in anti-doping proceedings.

Iran

Acted for an athlete in anti-doping proceedings. 

Israel

Acted for an athlete in anti-doping proceedings.

Italy

Acted for a multiple Grand Slam winning tennis athlete in an appeal to the CAS.

Ivory Coast

Acted for a professional footballer in anti-doping proceedings.

Jamaica

Acted for various athletes in anti-doping proceedings.

Japan

Acted for an Olympic Champion and the National Olympic Committee in an eligibility dispute. 

Kuwait

Acted for a football club in a player transfer dispute. 

Lithuania

Acted for a world champion athlete in anti-doping proceedings. 

Malaysia

Acted for the World No.1 badminton player in anti-doping proceedings. 

Malta

Acted for an international footballer in anti-doping proceedings.

Monaco

Acted for multiple Grand Tour winning cyclist in an anti-doping investigation.

Monaco

Acted for multiple Grand Tour winning cyclist in an anti-doping investigation.

New Zealand

Acted for a member of the All Blacks  in anti-doping proceedings.

Peru

Acted for a professional footballer regarding a dispute with a football club.

Portugal

Acted for a football club in relation to a dispute with a third party investment fund.

Qatar

Acted for a member of the FIFA Executive Committee in anti-corruption proceedings. 

Russia

Acted for judokas in anti-doping proceedings. 

Russia

Acted for an athletics competitor in anti-doping proceedings. 

Russia

Acted for the Russian Olympic Committee in a CAS appeal. 

Russia

Acted for a middle distance runner in CAS proceedings. 

South Africa

Acted for a professional rugby union player and a professional road cyclist in anti-doping proceedings.

Spain

Acted for a multiple Tour de France winner in anti-doping proceedings.

Sri Lanka

Acted for an international cricketer in securing the dismissal of doping charges. 

Switzerland

Acted for various clients before the Court of Arbitration for Sport in matters relating to: (1) anti-doping; (2) corruption; (3) eligibility/selection disputes; and (4) player transfer disputes.

Trinidad and Tobago

1. Acted for a World Championship sprinter and a World Junior Champion in anti-doping proceedings. 2. Acted for a high profile sports agent in relation to a disciplinary dispute.

Turkey

Acted for an Olympic Champion in anti-doping proceedings.

UAE

Acted for equestrian athletes in anti-doping proceedings. 

USA

Acted for an Olympic track cyclist in CAS proceedings. 

USA

Acted for a motor cycling World Champion in anti-doping proceedings.

USA

Acted in anti-doping proceedings before the American Arbitration Association.

Ukraine

Acted for a European Championship medallist in anti-doping proceedings.

United Kingdom

Acted in proceedings before: (1) the High Court of Justice of England and Wales; (2) the National Anti-Doping Panel; (3) the Regulatory Commission of the Football Association; (4) the Independent Panel of the Rugby Football Union; and (5) the Independent Anti-Doping Tribunal of the International Tennis Federation.

News

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JONATHAN CARUANA SUCCEEDS IN CAS APPEAL

Morgan Sports Law acts for Maltese footballer, Mr Jonathan Caruana, in his successful appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (“CAS”) against a four-year ban imposed on him by the National Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel of Malta (the “NADP”).

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BRAIN INJURIES IN SPORT: REMEDIES UNDER ENGLISH LAW

Henry Goldschmidt, an associate at Morgan Sports Law, examines the legal elements that will need to be established for an athlete to succeed in a sports-related brain injury claim under the English law of negligence – whether against a governing body, club, medical practitioner, fellow player or referee.

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WAAD NADIM BOU MOGHLBAY AND DAIANA CHOPITA FREE TO RESUME CAREERS

Morgan Sports Law successfully acts for equestrian endurance riders Daiana Chopita, competing for Argentina and Waad Nadim Bou Moghlbay, competing for the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) in anti-doping proceedings brought by the Fédération Équestre Internationale (“FEI”) before the FEI Tribunal.

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Lisa Lazarus Joins Morgan Sports Law as Head of New Equestrian Division

Lisa Lazarus, former General Counsel of the Féderation Equestre Internationale (FEI), has joined the international sports law firm, Morgan Sports Law, as the head of its newly established Equestrian Division.

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Ashley Johnson Free to Resume Career

Morgan Sports Law successfully acts for South African rugby player, Mr Ashley Johnson, in anti-doping proceedings brought against him by the Rugby Football Union (“RFU”) before the National Anti-Doping Panel (“NADP”).

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Chris Froome Exonerated

Morgan Sports Law successfully represents six-time Grand Tour winning Team Sky cyclist, Chris Froome, in UCI investigation.

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Tyson and Hughie Fury free to resume their careers

Morgan Sports Law acts for British heavyweight boxers Tyson Fury and Hughie Fury in the resolution of anti-doping proceedings brought by UK Anti-Doping.

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Dan Evans Agrees Reduced Sanction with the ITF

Morgan Sports Law acts for British tennis player, Daniel Evans, in anti-doping proceedings brought against him by the International Tennis Federation ("ITF").