Mission & Vision
VIVA Sports Law – Consulting llc is a consulting company based in Zurich, Switzerland, that provides management services and advice in sports law matters, especially in the sport of football.
Our overall objective is to be an honest advisor to our clients and to reach a solution that satisfies the needs and expectations of the client in a cost effective way.
What we do
All major stakeholders in football, like FIFA or confederations, have their own set of rules, procedures and policies.Read More
Doping issues have become more and more complex requiring the expertise of specialists.Read More
VIVA Sports Law – Consulting represents clients at bodies of national and international sport organisations.Read More
Advice in all sports
VIVA Sports Law – Consulting assists you in identifying and analysing issues before a conflict arises.Read More
Most people don’t know that there is a different procedure to resolve disputes – by the way of MEDIATION.Read More
The FIBA offers parties an efficient and effective dispute resolution system at the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal.Read More
Assistance in negotiations
In sports, negotiations take place all the time. Agents, players, club officials etc… regularly have toRead More
Assistance in decision-making
Sport is a fast-paced business environment. As an athlete or manager, it is possible that you suddenly find yourself in a situation in which you need toRead More
On 8 and 9 March 2019 the International Association of Lawyers organized a two day...
Kings Chambers organized a seminar on selected sports law issues in Lausanne. Topics such as...
The International Association for Football Lawyers (AIAF) organized a two-day congres in Lausanne. With a...
The Swiss Association for Sportslaw (ASDS) organized a gahtering of sports lawyers in Zurich. At...
Quote of the month
"There is no reality except the one contained within us. That is why so many people live such an unreal life. They take the images outside of them for reality and never allow the world within to assert itself." Hermann Hesse