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When:
October 2, 2018 @ 9:00 am – October 3, 2018 @ 5:00 pm
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Where:
Chamber Building
Cost:
$3,600.00
Contact:
Aurelia Wiliams
+1 868 632-4051

Course Description:

In Sports, there are Million$ of Dollars at STAKE! The situation usually entails negotiating a volatile mix of high‐stakes win/lose issues further exacerbated by the presence of multiple competitive parties such as Athletes, coaches, agents and organizations, each having their own interests.

Mediation can successfully resolve these types of challenging disputes in a way that will preserve vital relationships. However, to be successful in this environment Mediators must understand the unique dynamics of sports disputes.

This two (2) day workshop provides a unique opportunity to learn these specialized skills from experienced Sports Mediators.

Key Learning Points:

  • Introduction to Sports Law
  • General Mediation Principles
  • Team Selection & Disciplinary Matters
  • Doping Allegations
  • Mediation Preparation
  • Simulation Exercises

Date and Time:

4th and 5th October, 2018 // 9:00 am to 5:00pm


Mr. Tyrone Marcus LLM, FCIArb

Tyrone Marcus is an Attorney-at-Law admitted to practice in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica and Barbados, is a part-time lecturer in Sports Law at UWI, St. Augustine, a member of the NORCECA Volleyball Legal Commission, a former Board Member of the Caribbean RADO and former Senior Legal Officer at the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs in Trinidad and Tobago. He is the current President of the Trinidad and Tobago Association for Sport and Law.

He has been specializing in sports law since 2006, having completed in 2010 a Masters’ Degree in Sports Law and Practice via distance learning with the De Montfort University in Leicester, England. He has published contemporary sports law articles for the International Bar Association, the International Sports Law Journal, the Sport and the Law Journal, the World Sports Law Report, the Law in Sport online journal and the Global Sports Law and Taxation Reports. He is also the author of the Caribbean Chapter in the legal textbook ‘Sports Betting: Law and Policy’ published in the Netherlands. Among his favourite themes in sports law are alternative dispute resolution, ambush marketing, and anti-doping.

Cost:

$3,600.00 (Inclusive of V.A.T, workshop material, lunch & refreshments)

Contact:

632-4051/ awilliams@chamber.org.tt

 

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