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Middleton has also detailed who can access documents and information supplied by the 34 current and former players who have been issued with show-cause notices. The players have insisted their anonymity, particularly in relation to the media and
It did not matter that incoming NRL chief executive Dave Smith had not begun working at Rugby League Central when he was briefed in Canberra by the ACC, nor that the seven NRL clubs were eventually distilled to one. AFL in a joint investigation, the
Wayne Taylor The stakes have dramatically risen for the Essendon players issued with show-cause notices, with the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority all but declaring it will re-issue notices should it lose the court case against Essendon and
Essendon players even if it loses its court battle with the AFL club. Federal Court. "There is therefore a compelling public interest case against the grant of relief to the applicant (Essendon)."
According to lawyers consulted by Fairfax Media on Wednesday, if Dank knew categorically what had been administered, and those drugs were not prohibited, then there was nothing which could "prevent or inhibit" him clearing up the question those
The Robinson case] is a big action, but I am very interested ... All of this is not going to reflect at all very well on the AFL, on the [AFL] commissioners, on the management, and it's not going to reflect well on those that are on the board of
The Federal Court case against the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Body has taken a stunning turn, with lawyers for the anti-doping body contending suspended Essendon coach James Hird had claimed there was a "conspiracy" against him.
Interim Report or parts thereof to the AFL, the statement said...Ahead of Wednesday's second directions hearing in front of Justice John Middleton, Hird's statement of claim asserts that his legal team, led by Tony Nolan, QC, had raised concerns
There was no shortage of incentives for either side to bank the four points on Friday morning...Speaking of little, club presidents may be used to feeling powerless at key stages of blockbuster stoushes, and for Paul Little Friday offered a double
Federal Court action Updated June 26, 2014 13:42:49 Essendon and suspended coach James Hird insist players do not need to participate in the legal proceedings it will commence against the Australian Sports Anti Doping Authority in the Federal Court