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THE AAA ® SPORTS ARBITRATION PRACTICE CASES Complex Business Transactions The privacy and confidential nature of arbitration proceedings allow entities adjudication without the public exposure that can damage the fan base of athletes, organizations, and sports-related companies and translate to potential embarrassment and financial loss. Arbitration enables parties to preserve relationships and protect brand identity and reputation, as well as to minimize business disruption. Olympic Athlete Eligibility and National Governing Body (NGB) Disputes The Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act of 1978 and the U.S.
Olympic Committee (USOC) bylaws designate the AAA to administer arbitrations between the USOC and athletes or representative sports organizations regarding (1) athlete eligibility and (2) a National Governing Body’s (NGB) franchise status, or recognition as an Olympic sport. Doping Disputes The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) names the AAA as the administrator to resolve disputes related to proceedings under its Protocols for athletes in Olympic sports. In fact, the AAA has had a statutory designation to administer sports participation, eligibility, and doping cases for over 40 years and trains the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) arbitrators who decide sport-doping cases. Amateur and professional sports also utilize arbitration to resolve doping and eligibility disputes.
For example, the AAA administers the PGA (Professional Golfers Association) Doping and Player Integrity Programs to arbitrate appeals of violations/sanctions and the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golfers Association) doping program, as well as programs for other sports organizations. EXPERTISE MATTERS The AAA National Commercial Sports Panel The panel includes attorneys, executives, professors, and former judges whose experience and expertise is steeped in athlete/agent representation, brand protection and management, eSports, executive contracts and employment matters, facility construction and use, franchise and vendor agreements, gaming and gambling, financing and team operation, professional league disputes, and more. Panelists must meet stringent minimum for consideration and are guided by the. Case Management For over 90 years, the AAA-ICDR ® has been the industry leader and world’s largest alternative dispute resolution (ADR) provider helping parties navigate the process efficiently and economically. With staff and resources in 26 U.S.
Cities and international offices and hearing centers, dedicated case managers ensure a smooth and trouble-free experience. Blok pitaniya na 13003 1. Confidentiality and Security The security and privacy of party and case information is a top priority for the AAA-ICDR. The AAA-ICDR has implemented best practice policies, technologies, and procedures to help protect its data and technology resources. The protections we have implemented apply to all case data and equipment stored and managed on the AAA-ICDR technology infrastructure. For more information, please contact one of the vice presidents below or fill out the form to the right.
Tanaka Vice President, AAA Denver, CO +1.303.831.0824 Andrew Barton Vice President, AAA San Antonio, TX +1.210.998.5750 . Featured Panelists Catharine Biggs Arrowood Parker Poe North Carolina United States Hugh J. Henning Mediation & Arbitration Services, Inc. Georgia United States Raymond G. Bender Independent Arbitrator & Mediator Washington D.C. United States Fred G.
Bennett Quinn Emanuel California United States Marc Borello Independent Arbitrator & Mediator Roquefort les Pins France Thomas Brewer Independent Arbitrator Washington United States Gerry F. Doyle Doyle & Bachman Washington D.C. United States Allen B. Green Dentons Washington D.C. United States Hon. Hochberg Judge Hochberg ADR New York United States Kathryn J. Humphrey Dykema Michigan United States Paul Klaas Independent Arbitrator & Mediator Minneapolis United States Steve Koh Perkins Coie Washington United States Sharon L.