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Doping Control, Mandatory Arbitration, And Process Dangers For Accused Athletes In International Sports , Maureen A. Weston Jun 2012

Doping Control, Mandatory Arbitration, And Process Dangers For Accused Athletes In International Sports , Maureen A. Weston

Maureen A Weston

Athletes in a professional sports league in the United States are members of players unions, which assist their athletes in obtaining representation when they are involved in dispute resolution proceedings associated with disciplinary actions. However, individual athletes who participate in international competitions do not enjoy the same benefits. When these athletes are required to submit to mandatory drug testing, with attendant potential criminal liability, and to mandatory arbitration, they should be provided meaningful access to competent legal representation when their athletic careers are in jeopardy. This article considers the legal framework, process, and recourse for athletes in international competition to ...


Who’S Afraid Of William Shakespeare?: Confronting Our Concepts Of Justice And Mercy In The Merchant Of Venice, Randy Lee Dec 2005

Who’S Afraid Of William Shakespeare?: Confronting Our Concepts Of Justice And Mercy In The Merchant Of Venice, Randy Lee

Randy Lee

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