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Athletes’ and Coaches’ Individual Labor Disputes and the Procedure of Their Consideration

Student: Viktoriya Kazilina

Supervisor: Marina Buyanova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Lawyer in the Field of Sport (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The research work reflected the basic concepts, such as individual labor dispute and sports dispute; provisions on the resolution of individual labor disputes of athletes and coaches by labor dispute commissions and courts of general jurisdiction were analyzed; jurisdictional bodies of national and international sports organizations; national sports arbitration courts and the International Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). The aim of the research work is a comprehensive study of theoretical and practical problems in the field of individual labor disputes of athletes and coaches, the order of their consideration, as well as the development of proposals for improving and amending the current legislation of the Russian Federation. To achieve the above goal, the study set the following tasks: to reveal the concept of individual labor dispute and its content by identifying distinctive characteristics, as well as to classify them; to study the theoretical question of the consideration of individual labor disputes of athletes and coaches in the labor dispute commission and in the courts of general jurisdiction; to consider the peculiarities of resolving individual labor disputes of athletes and coaches in the jurisdictional bodies of relevant national and international sports organizations, in particular, to take as a basis the practice of the KHL and the RFU; to analyze the judicial practice on the consideration of labor disputes of athletes and coaches on the example of the practice of authorized bodies and others. When writing a study, both general scientific cognition methods (analysis, synthesis, logic, comparison) and special methods (formal legal, comparative legal, structural-functional, and others) are used. During the study, the main conclusions were made, problems in the area of jurisdiction of the consideration of individual labor disputes were identified, and specific proposals for the improvement of this institution were made.

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