Indian Competition Law in Sports

A case study on the Indian Volleyball Federation In the era of globalisation, the similarities between sports and businesses are ever increasing. The monopolistic nature of sports organisations and the inherent need for maintaining competitive balance between teams have resulted in the introduction of many forms of economic restraints like revenue-sharing, spending caps, drafts, non-tampering … Continue reading Indian Competition Law in Sports

Major League Soccer’s Single-Entity Structure

With the MLS reluctant to give up their centralised power, it appears the single-entity structure is here to stay…for now. Tweet Major League Soccer (“MLS”) was founded in 1993 as part of the United States successful bid to host the 1994 FIFA World Cup.  Since its inception, the MLS has grown into one of the … Continue reading Major League Soccer’s Single-Entity Structure