Tag: CAS

Using illegally obtained evidence in the Court of Arbitration for Sport

Using illegally obtained evidence in the Court of Arbitration for Sport

Obtaining evidence for sport-relating disputes in a dubious way remains frequent in practice. In particular, parties often use such evidence in CAS. It follows from the applicable law, that relying on such evidence does not contradict public policy. On 10 January 2018 Fancy Bears’ Hack Team made public communication between International Olympic Committee (IOC) and World Anti-Doping […]

CAS Confirmed Strict Liability Principle in Match-Fixing

CAS Confirmed Strict Liability Principle in Match-Fixing

On 2 August 2013, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) published a press-release about the decision made in a complex and highly controversial case on match-fixing, involving ten individuals and two football clubs from Ukraine – FC Metalist Kharkiv (“FC Metalist”) and FC Karpaty Lviv (“FC Karpaty”). The Tribunal sanctioned the Sports Director of FC Metalist and six football players for being directly […]