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Maurizio Sacco
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Oct. 11, 2015
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FANTONI- NUNES again
The virdict is not appealable, thus it is final. It will become executive fifteen days after the deposit of the motivations. This ends up the legal proceedings in Europe, other than for possible lawsuits.
Score Adjustment in Berg v Lavazza
Because the fact that the team uses some agreement, is not a proof that a particular pair does the same. It is obvious. A TD cannot rely on that fact. What I find odd, is to have had the misunderstanding.
Score Adjustment in Berg v Lavazza
What you are clearly missing is that NS certainly could not prove their agreement. Otherwise, yes, the decision would not make sense, but I'm not prepared to believe it.
Score Adjustment in Berg v Lavazza
Not just strange: outlaw. That's why cannot be that Bilde-Madala could prove that South was right. Most likely, this is what they tried to argue, but failed to produce a solid evidence.
Score Adjustment in Berg v Lavazza
One more point: since the double was related to the infraction, that was not - or should not have been - what the TDs were investigating. They were, instead, deciding whether the doble could have been considered as a double shot (in which case didn't need to be unrelated to the ...
Score Adjustment in Berg v Lavazza
Very strange. The whole Lavazza team (well, all the Italian experts) play the same, and from at least 20 years. Madala and Bilde had already played a few sets of boards. I'm wondering how's possible Bilde mixed up what should have been simple routine.
Public statement from bridgegod.com and myself
Ebl members do sign a treat, don't they? And in doing voluntarily so, they are legally, and even more important morally bound to observe its terms. As for the general principle, obviously there are differences between different countries' legal systems, and that's why, for example, Italy and, i ...
Public statement from bridgegod.com and myself
Yes, it's me, and I do confirm my position. I do believe in lawfull processes: the FIGB, which has been informed, is now called upon to act against a violation of its regulation, and the penalties can be extremely severe (kind of twenty years ago someone was expelled for ...
CAS Decision on Fantoni and Nunes
Well, Melanie, I'm not such an expert on the subject, but the reciprocity applies all over Europe, including EBL (which uses the same wethod used by WBF: see below), and to play a WBF event you have to be in good standing with your federation (when you register for ...
CAS Decision on Fantoni and Nunes
It might be worth noting that in Italy FN are still suspended, because the Italian CAS (as member of CONI, the Italian Olympic Committee, we have two internal judgments, then the Court of Arbitration of CONI) upheld the decision of the FIGB. So, two tribunals of, somehow, the same sort ...
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