Law

The Curious Case of Abinash Ruidas and the Identical Signatures

The AIFF ruling in favour of the left-footed winger in the face of allegations by his former club is a sign of a positive change in the administration of Indian football

The Curious Case of Abinash Ruidas and the Identical SignaturesThe Curious Case of Abinash Ruidas and the Identical Signatures

Battle At The Courts - Ten Cases that Altered the Course of Sports in India

Broadcast rights, Ambush Marketing, Gaming, Administration and more. Read about the ten most influential legal cases in Indian sports.

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Whose ISL Is It Anyway? - Was The ISL An Entirely Original Idea?

Nation of Sport spoke with the person who claims otherwise.

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Hunting Grounds - Are Indian sports persons at the mercy of predators?

The victims are often young, vulnerable and silenced. Can Indian sport rise above the din to expose perpetrators and clean up the system?

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Morally Speaking - Are morality clauses an unfair bargain for elite athletes?

Brands and teams have usually held the upper hand in terms of an athlete’s moral behaviour off the field. Is it time that this power was share equally with the athletes?

The Breakdown

Kanoon ke Haath - The year gone by in Indian sports law

2018 was a vibrant and active year for sports law in India. While on the face of it, it may appear that the main issues that affect Indian sport continue to remain the same year on year, a closer look will reveal that the Indian sporting ecosystem is slowly but steadily maturing and moving towards a professionalised structure.

The Breakdown

The Sportsville Advocate - Rahul Mehra’s quest to right the wrongs in Indian sport

The 45-year-old lawyer, one of India’s most prolific lawyers, is taking the fight to those hurting Indian sport.

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