|Titel :||Players' Agents Worldwide: Legal Aspects|
|Editor:||Robert Siekmann, Richard Parrish, Roberto Branco Martins|
|Größe:||H246mm x B168mm x T51mm|
Director of the ASSER International Sports Law Centre and senior adviser applied research of the T.M.C. Asser Institute for International Law, The Hague, The Netherlands. Lecturer, Department of Law and Criminology, at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, United Kingdom. Research fellow at the ASSER International Sports Law Centre, Lecturer on Labour Law and Sport, University of Amsterdam, and general secretary of the newly established Dutch player's agents association Pro Agent. Senior fellow at the ASSER International Sports Law Centre.
What are players' agents? Why should they be regulated? How should they be regulated? These three apparently simple questions are tackled throughout this book. The first question appears straightforward as agents perform similar functions throughout the world. However, as the contributions in the book reveal, the manner in which agents operate varies. The questions of why and how to regulate again reveals common themes but also considerable variations in patterns of regulation. In this connection, there are, in effect, three tiers of agent regulation: international law, national law and the law of the sports associations. This book covers the legal regulations governing players' agents in forty countries around the world, representing the major footballing constituencies including Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Russia as well as the 'Big Five' in Europe.
Part I: 1. Regulating Players' Agents: A Global Perspective Richard Parrish; 2. The International Supply of Sports Agent Services Andrea Pinna; 3. The Laurent Piau Case of the ECJ on the Status of Players' Agents Roberto Branco Martins; Part II: Country Reports. Argentina José María Sabat Martinez; Australia and New Zealand Brian Doyle; Austria Ingo Braun; Belarus Aliaksandr Danilevich; Belgium Frank Hendrickx; Brazil Luiz Roberto Martins Castro; Bulgaria Boris E. Kolev; Canada John Barnes; Czech Republic Pavel Hamernik; Estonia Ermo Kosk; Finland Timo Jääsalo; France Delphine Verheyden; Germany Martin Schimke; Greece Andreas K. Zagklis; Hungary András Nemes, József Nagyréti, Zoltán Gyökeres, Eszter Kiss; India K. Sriram and Jigmet Lhundup; Ireland Laura Donnellan; Italy Luca Ferrari; Japan Takeo Hirata; Kenya Emilia M. Szymanska; Luxembourg Jean-Luc Schaus; Macedonia Igor Aleksandrovski; Malta Anthony Galea; Mexico Gonzalo Zubillaga Ochoa; The Netherlands S. F .H. Jellinghaus and C. P. J. Clarijs; Poland Jacek Foks; Portugal Pedro Cardigos, Ricardo Henriques, Gonçalo Pimentel; Romania Alexandru Virgil Voicu; Russia Gorlova Daria; Serbia Milan Dakic; Slovakia Pavel Hamernik; Slovenia Mladen ?i?mir; South Africa Steve Cornelius; Spain José M. Rey and Fernando Bergón; Sweden Fredrik von Bothmer and Maria Albanson; Switzerland Antonio Rigozzi; Turkey Özgerhan Tolunay and Riza Köklü; Ukraine Vyacheslav Bytsanyov; United Kingdom Nick White; United States John T. Wolohan; Annexes.
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