In its decision, the Swiss Federal Tribunal upheld the conformity of sports succession with Swiss public policy.
Catégorie : Insights
Panagiotis’ post identifies and discusses the key novel features of Greece’s new act.
In the 2023 version of ICLG’s Guide on the Enforcement of Foreign Judgments, our partners Jacques-Alexandre Genet and Michael Schlesinger provided practical cross-border insights into the enforcement of foreign judgments in France.
Giulio Palermo features in Band 3 of the ranking for Switzerland.
The Archipel family is happy for Panagiotis’ completion and successful defense of his thesis at the Geneva Graduate Institute.
In an article recently published in the Yearbook of International Sports Arbitration, Giulio Palermo and Panagiotis Kyriakou discuss the original award in the Sun Yang saga, which ended with an eight-year ban for the athlete.
A New Step in Switzerland’s Path to Transparency: The Swiss Federal Council Requires the Drafting of a New Bill on Improved Transparency and Easier Identification of Beneficial Ownership
The Swiss Federal Council requested the Federal Department of Finance to draft a bill to promote transparency in financial transactions and simplify the identification of the beneficial ownership of legal entities.
In the latest issue of the ASA Bulletin, our Senior Associate Marlena Harutyunyan provides an overview of the revised ICSID Rules and Regulations that entered into force on 1 July 2022.
The CAS panel in Bajrami & AFA v. FIFA & SFA recognized that the new FIFA Eligibility Rules seek to strike a balance between the prevention of nationality shopping and the need to avoid excessive severity and hardship.
Post by Panagiotis Kyriakou and Francisco Mateo Pavía on the Wolters Kluwer Arbitration Blog