On 24 and 25 April 2020 the 4th International sports law conference “Law and Sport” will take place at the Gazprom Arena Stadium in St. Petersburg. The conference is organized by SILA International Lawyers and FC Zenit.
The Russian office of the SILA International Lawyers company announces a pro bono program for football players and coaches of PFL clubs.
The FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC) judge decided in favor of the Colombian player Santiago Solano Rodriguez in his employment-related dispute with FC Santa Lucia (Malta)
FIFA condemned the club to pay to the player outstanding remuneration and compensation for breach of contract.
The FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber ruled in favor of the PFC Slavia Sofia by rejecting the claim of the FK Dinamo Vranje
The Single Judge of the sub-committe of the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber rejected the claim of the Serbian football club, FK Dinamo Vranje, Serbia, against the Bulgarian side, PFC Slavia Sofia, for training compensation in connection with the player, Dušan Lalatović.
Ice hockey players, coaches, team officials, and IIHF Members National Associations (MNA) appearing before an IIHF Disciplinary body will be able to request free legal support if needed, thanks to an initiative by the IIHF Legal Department to preserve the right to fair and equitable legal representation for all parties involved in IIHF disciplinary procedures.
SILA International Lawyers and the Baltic Futsal League have concluded an agreement according to which SILA will be acting as a legal adviser to the league for the 2019/2020 season.
SILA’s annual international team building took place this time in the homeland of our Bulgarian office — in Sofia.
On 11 July 2019 FIFA presented a new edition of the Disciplinary Code which, for the first time during the last 15 years, introduces significant amendments into the disciplinary proceedings within FIFA.