Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is an international arbitration body set up to settle disputes relating to sports. Its Headquarters are in Lausanne and there are additional courts located in New York City and Sydney, with ad-hoc courts created in Olympic host cities as required.

Generally speaking, a dispute may be submitted to CAS only if there is an arbitration agreement between the parties which specifies recourse to the CAS. However, as sports organisations and participants look to resolve their disputes amongst the sporting community as quickly as possible, the importance and scope of the CAS continues to grow.

We at FrontRow Legal have experience of disputes before CAS and can offer expert advice on its procedures and possible outcomes.

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