Swiss Arbitration Decisions

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January 9, 2009

Dodô v. Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), to which Hansjörg Stutzer referred in his criticism of the Busch decision, involved the Brazilian player Ricardo Dodô . He tested positive after a random doping check in June 2007 and was suspended for 120 days by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_460/2008
Original language: 
German
Published: 
27 ASA Bull 540 (2009)
also see 3 SwissIntArbRep 41 (2009)
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October 29, 2010

This decision pertains to the case of the well-known cyclist Alejandro Valverde Belmonte. Since the case was all over the press, the Federal Tribunal took the somewhat unusual step to include the names of all the people involved.

As you will see, Belmonte was banned from competing in Italy for two years in a decision issued in May 2009, for an alleged doping violation. He challenged the decision in front of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_234/2010
Original language: 
French
Published: 
29 ASA Bull 80 (2011)
136 ATF III 605 (2010)
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October 13, 2009

The case involved a Russian racing cyclist, Vladimir Gusev and a Belgian Company, Olympus SARL. Olympus hired Gusev for two years on November 15, 2007 and the contract was governed by Swiss law. On July 23rd, 2008, Olympus terminated the contract, alleging that a medical report seriously suggested that the cyclist had taken exogenous EPO.

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_352/2009
Original language: 
French
Published: 
28 ASA Bull 634 (2010), 639
also see 3 SwissIntArbRep 441, 453 (2009)
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Counsel
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October 13, 2009

The case involved a Russian racing cyclist, Vladimir Gusev and a Belgian Company, Olympus SARL. Olympus hired Gusev for two years on November 15, 2007 and the contract was governed by Swiss law. On July 23rd, 2008, Olympus terminated the contract, alleging that a medical report seriously suggested that the cyclist had taken exogenous EPO.

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_368/2009
Original language: 
French
Published: 
28 ASA Bull 634 (2010), 639
also see 3 SwissIntArbRep 441, 453 (2009)
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June 18, 2012

The case involved an Italian professional cyclist whose Biological Passport was assessed by a group of experts appointed by the International Cycling Union (ICU). They concluded that he had used a prohibited substance or method. Disciplinary proceedings were opened and the Italian Anti-Doping Tribunal of the Italian National Olympic Committee acquitted the cyclist in 2010.

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_488/2011
Original language: 
French
Published: 
31 ASA Bull 112 (2013)
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