Sports criminal law
Everyone knows what a red card is. The consequences of such a ban are far-reaching. An athlete is no longer allowed to practice his profession, his employer can no longer employ him. Plan A therefore also defends players and clubs in proceedings under association criminal law.
Clubs are also investigated. Examples include penalties for fan riots, pyrotechnics or errors in stadium security. The sanctions are usually severe. New and increasingly complicated normative requirements make the regulatory situation confusing. Plan A develops ways out of the norm thicket through compliance with sports criminal law for clubs and associations.
Plan A follows developments in sports criminal law closely and critically via the twitter account @KanzleiPlanA.
- Ingo Bott: one year working in the management of a current second division soccer club.
- Ingo Bott: Criminal appraisal for the supervisory board of a current Bundesliga soccer club
- Ingo Bott: during studies freelancer for the kicker sports magazine (z.B.: http://www.kicker.de/news/fussball/intligen/startseite/367714/artikel_ausgerechnet-ayala.html)
- Ingo Bott: Sense and Nonsense of the Criminal Liability of Doping – An Analysis, KriPoz 2016, pp. 159-168.
- twitter-account of the law firm for sports criminal law: @kanzleiplana