Table of Contents
Vol. 12 No. 1 March 2021
2021/01 Football: The impact of COVID-19 on the football industry. A player-centric perspective
by Dr. Lucien W. Valloni
2021/02 The potential liability of sporting associations for COVID-19 induced harms to players – Part one by Dr. Jason Haynes
2021/03 The commercial exploitation of youth athletes in South Africa – Part one
by Zawadi Dlamini and Steve Cornelius
2021/04 Football: Inducement by clubs in light of art. 17(4) FIFA RSTP
by F.M. de Weger and C.F.W. de Jong
2021/05 Fighting racism in English football: still a long way to go!
by Jonathan Copping
2021/06 Saving Trinidad and Tobago domestic football.
An intellectual property based proposal – Part two
by Dr. Justin Koo
2021/07 Some South African perspectives on WADA’s Whereabouts
rule and its impact on athletes’ rights to privacy – Part two
by David Robert Du Toit and Steve Cornelius
2021/08 Pro-athletes: Guidelines for choosing a financial advisor
by Lazaros Ioannou
2021/09 Sportspersons, entertainers and taxing the digital economy
by Michelle Klootwijk and Dick Molenaar
2021/10 Tax avoidance – Has the pendulum of public sympathy swung?
by Tim Gillett
2021/11 Fiscal residence and criminal tax implications for professional football players
by Pietro Mastellone
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Sports Law & Taxation features: articles; comparative surveys; commentaries on topical sports legal and tax issues and documentation.
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Prof. Dr. Ian S. Blackshaw
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