Apr 28, 2024

“Village Basketball”, Ticket Scalpers, AI Opponents, and More: DaHui Authors China Sports Law Guide for Chambers 2024

At the invitation of Chambers and Partners, DaHui contributed a guide on sports law in China. It can be downloaded via the button below or viewed on Chambers’ website.

The guide is authored by DaHui Partner Cloud Li and Counsel Chris Beall and consists of two parts: Law & Practice, which covers regulatory issues such as anti-doping, betting, broadcasting rights, liability, and much more; and Trends & Developments, which dives into sports anti-corruption, the development of sports arbitration, the amateur basketball tournaments known as “cunBA” (the word cun, pronounced like “tswun”, means village), the growing popularity of outdoor sports such as camping, and other recent topics.

DaHui is honored to be a Chambers contributor to this guide for the third year in a row, as well as to various other Chambers Global Guides such as Tech M&A, TMT, and more.

About DaHui’s Sports Law Practice: DaHui Lawyers has a sports practice that represents some of the world’s most well-recognized sporting organizations, top-level and high-profile professional athletes, and large-scale sports media companies. The firm’s primary work in this area includes advising on licensing deals, sponsorship agreements, live-event implementation, market entry and corporate structuring matters, onshore and cross-border deal facilitation, PRC regulatory compliance, intellectual property protection, and tax matters. Whether assisting domestic PRC giants in their onshore or offshore ventures, or advocating on behalf of global companies in their cross-border sports projects, the practice has a reputation as a top choice for serious players within these key industries. Whatever the task and no matter how high the hurdle, DaHui’s sports practice is as driven by winning as its clients.

Chambers Sports Law Guide 2024


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