The arbitration proceedings before the Sports Guarantee Board, concerning disputes arising from the mandate contracts between sports agents and clients, recently started as a result of the recent issue of the CONI Regulation, pursuant to art. 22, par. 2, of the Sporting Agents Regulations, brought again to the attention of the interpreters the question of agents being subject to federal legislation and, in particular, to the constraint of sports justice.The issue is addressed in this paper under the specific perspective relating to the possibility or not of considering the arbitration clause, included in the mandate contracts between sports agents and clients, as abusive pursuant to the legislation on consumerism in the Consumer Code, or to the regulation on abusive clauses in art. 1341, par. 2, of the Civil Code.
|Numero di pagine||12|
|Rivista||RIVISTA DI DIRITTO DELL'ECONOMIA, DEI TRASPORTI E DELL'AMBIENTE|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|