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Faculty of Law UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA Course Outlines KOD UUUK6365 COURSE ADVANCED SPORTS LAW LECTURER

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Dr. Jady @ Zaidi Bin Hassim 03 89216361/ [email protected]

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SEMESTER 2, SESSION 2012/2013 BS 1, Wednesday, 5.00pm – 10.00pm

WEEK 1 18/2 – 24/2

2 25/2 – 3/3

3 4/3 – 10/3

4 11/3 – 17/3

5 18/3 – 24/3

6 25/3 – 31/3

TOPIC Introduction This lecture will discuss the acceptance doctrine of sui generis in sports law. The debate is whether the sports law exist as a substantive subject or merely the application of legal principle in sporting activities. In this week students may learn various sports law resources (journals and books) and international sports cases (CAS Awards). Lex Sportiva and Jus Indorem The discussion is on legal definition of sports, the concept of fair play, code of ethics and the role of law in regulating amateur and profesional sports. Organisational Structures and Entity This lecture discusses on the nature of sports governance in national and international level. It includes the policy and sports regulation by world organisations such as IOC or international federations such as FIFA. Internal Proceeding and Judicial Review The relationship between athletes and sports organisation in all level is based on private affairs. Any sports disputes are normally adjudicated in the internal proceeding. Some decisions are challenged and subject to judicial review. ADR, ICAS and International Sports Law The discussion is on advanced sports disputes, jurisdictions, conflict of laws between international sports tribunals such as the Dispute Resolution Chamber (FIFA) and Court for Arbitration for Sports (IOC) Employment Contract and Industrial Relations This lecture discusses the application of law in profesional sports such as football. It includes the fixed term and standard form of player agreement, agency, collective bargaining agreement and trade union. The issue of transfer fees and restraint of trade in sports will be discussed in details.

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7 1/4 - 5/4

6/4 – 14/4 8 15/4 - 21/4

9 22/4 – 28/4

10 29/4 – 5/5 11 6/5 – 12/5 12 13/5 – 19/5

13 20/5 – 26/5 14-15 27/5 – 9/6

Marketing and Competition This lecture discusses the legal protection of intellectual property rights in sports, marketing strategy such broadcasting rights and sponsorship. The issue of licensing, contract and EC competition law in sporting context is discussed. Semester Break Doping and International Policies The topic of doping includes the legal analysis of WADA Code, its procedures and legal challenges. Discussion will also cover the historical background, the debate on legal definition, the model rules of international sports organisations and best practises of government in combating sports doping. Human Rights and Discrimination This includes the rights of children, women and disabled in sports participation. The discussion is based on Islamic law, international human rights perspective and conventions. The sexual and racial discrimination will also be discussed in socio-legal perspective. Presentation Class presentation for 30% Seminar Seminar Organising for 30% Gambling and Betting The discussion is on gambling cases and its legal analysis, criminal betting and licensing, on line gambling and match-fixing issues in both local and international arena. Risk Management (Stadium and Event Management) The last topic includes risk management and insurance issues, crowd control, hooliganism, spectators protection and stadium owner liability. Revision

10 June – 28 June 2013 – Final Examination 1. COURSE SYNOPSIS A number of important topics have been chosen for discussion in this course. Students will discuss topics, including the historical development of lex sportiva and jus indorem, relevant international statutes and world sports governance. International legal issues relating to sports employment contract, intellectual property and commercial rights; and ambush marketing in sports will be discussed. The second part of the course continues with discussion on international law on human rights and discrimination towards children and women; world doping procedures; international sports gambling; hooliganism, and stadium-event management. Enforcement mechanisms for example ADR and the role of International Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) in promoting the rights of sports persons will conclude this course.

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From the discussions, students will be familiar with and understand the relevant laws and principles on sports law. They will be able to relate the laws and principles to any sporting issues and apply the laws and principles in resolving those issues to protect the sportspersons-athletes’ rights. The analysis of laws will be at the international, regional and domestic perspective. Kandungan kursus bertujuan membincangkan secara mendalam dan terperinci topik-topik penting di bawah undang-undang sukan. Topik tersebut meliputi sejarah perkembangan undang-undang sukan dan undang-undang permainan; akta dan polisi (antarabangsa); dan governans (badan sukan dunia). Isu perundangan domestik dan antarabangsa dalam hak berkaitan kontrak perkhidmatan, hak komersial dan harta intelek serta kesalahan serangan pemasaran berkaitan sukan akan dibincangkan. Di bahagian kedua pula, kursus ini menganalisis isu perundangan antarabangsa berkaitan hak asasi dan diskriminasi terhadap hak wanita dan kanak-kanak; permasalahan doping antarabangsa dan tatacaranya; pertaruhan dan perjudian sukan antarabangsa; penyokong ganas dan pengurusan berisiko khususnya dalam kawal-seliaan acara dan pengurusan stadium. Mekanisme penyelesaian pertikaian contohnya kaedah ADR dan peranan Mahkamah Timbang tara Sukan Antarabangsa (CAS) dalam melindungi hak ahli sukan turut dibincangkan pada akhir kursus. Melalui perbincangan di atas, pelajar Sarjana Undang-undang yang mengikuti kursus ini mampu mengenal pasti dan memahami prinsip-prinsip undangundang berkaitan sukan. Pelajar seterusnya mampu mengaitkan isu-isu serta masalah-masalah berkaitan hak ahli sukan dengan undang-undang yang relevan bagi memastikan hak ahli sukan dilindungi. Setelah melakukan analisa, pelajar mampu mengaplikasikan prinsip undang-undang tersebut dan membuat perbandingan secara kritikal menurut perspektif undang-undang sukan sama ada di peringkat undang-undang kebangsaan dan antarabangsa.

2. COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. To identify and understand the principles of sports law (lex sportiva) and the governance of national and international sports jurisdiction. 2. To critically analyse various issues related to athletics’ rights and legal protection. 3. To increase student awareness of current legal issues and emerging legal trends in sport at national and international arena.

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3. COURSE EVALUATION COURSE EVALUATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS Percentage of continuous assessment are as follows: 1. Conference Organising 2. Assignment and Presentation 3. Final Examination Total

30% 30% 40% 100%

4. REFERENCES Primary References 1. Adam Lewis & Jonathan Taylor, 2008, Ed. Ke-2, Sport: Law and Practice, Bloomsbury Profesional 2. Zaidi Hassim. 2005. An Introduction to Sports Law in Malaysia: Legal Guidelines for Sportspersons and Sports Administrators. Malaysia: Malayan Law Journal. 3. Simon G., Alexandra F., Mark J., Roger W., & John O. 2006. Ed. ke-3. Sports law, Great Britain: Cavendish Publishing Limited 4. Grayson, E. 2000. Sports and the Law. Ed. ke-3. Great Britain: Butterworths and Co (Publishers) Ltd. 5. Beloff, M.J., Kerr, T. &Dimitriou, M. 1999. Sports Law. Oxford: Hart Publishing, Oxford and Poland.

Secondary References 1. Paul M. Anderson, Ian S. Blackshaw, Robert C.R. Siekmann & Janwillem Soek, 2011, Sports Betting: Law and Policy, T.M.C. Asser Press 2. Ian S. Blackshaw, 2011, Sports Marketing Agreements: Legal, Fiscal and Practical Aspects, T.M.C. Asser Press 3. Jack Anderson, 2010, Modern Sports Law: A Textbook, UK: Hart Publishing 4. Alexandre Miguel Mestre, 2009, The Law of the Olympic Games, T.M.C. Asser Press 5. Ian S. Blackshaw, 2009, Sport, Mediation and Arbitration, T.M.C. Asser Press 6. Ian S. Blackshaw, Steve J. Cornelius, 2009, TV Rights and Sport: Legal Aspects, T.M.C. Asser Press 4

7. William Clover. 2009. Sports Law Handbook: For Coaches and Administrators. USA: William H. Glover, Jr. Publisher. 8.

Walter, J.R. 2009. Ed. Ke-4. Sports Law in a Nutshell. Great Britain: West Law School.

9. Greenfield, S., & Osborn, G (pnyt). 2000. Law and Sport in Contemporary Society. Great Britain: Frank Cass Publishers. 10. Buckley, E. 1998. Sports Law: Name and Image. Sydney: National Publishing Group. 11. Caiger, A. & Gardiner, S. (pnyt.). 2000. Professional Sport in the EU: Regulation and Reregulation. London: TMC Asser Press, The International Sports Law Centre. 12. McArdle, D. 2000. From Boot Money to Bosman: Football, Society and Law. London: Cavendish Publishing Ltd. 13. Matthew J. Mitten et al. 2005. Sports Law and Regulation: Cases, Materials and Problems, United States: Aspen Publishers.

5. STATUTES 5.1 National Legislations 1. The Sports Development Act 1997(Act 576) 1.1. Sports Development (Registration of Sports Bodies) Regulations 1998, PU (A) 1/1998 1.2. Sports Development (Disqualification of Office Bearers of Sports Bodies) Regulations 2000 PU(A) 458/2000 1.3. Sports Development (Sports Advisory Panel) Regulations 2000 PU(A) 224/2000 2. The National Sports Council Act 1971 (Act 29) 3. The Merdeka Corporation Act (Amendment) 1987 (Act A666) 4. The National Sports Institute Act (Act 729) 5. The Education Act 1996 (Act 550) 5.1. Education (Malaysia School Sports Council) Regulations 2009.PU(A) 137/2009 6. Youth Societies And Youth DevelopmentAct 2007 (Act 668)

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MATRIX CO (Course Outcomes/Hasil Kursus) & PO (Programme Outcomes/Hasil Program) PROGRAM IJAZAH SARJANA UNDANG-UNDANG (LL.M)

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ADVANCED SPORTS LAW UUUK 6356

Teaching Methods

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To identify and C understand the principles 2 of sports law (lex sportiva) and the governance of national and international sports jurisdiction.

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Teaching in classes, seminars

Dialogue, Seminar

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To critically analyse C various issues related to 3 athletics’ rights and legal protection.

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Case Study; Dialogue; Examination

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To increase student C awareness of current 4 legal issues and emerging legal trends in sport at national and international arena.

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Teaching in classes, seminars and assignments and presentations

Report writing; presentation and evaluation; and Examination

Evaluation

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