Author: Andrea PINNA
N0:3 of 2005
The sports agent is nowadays requested to provide his services in the framework of the growing internationalisation of professional sport.
At the same time, during the last years a complex set of rules has been enacted to regulate sports intermediation by both national legislators and sports federations. Such rules concern both the access to the profession and the conditions of its performance.
This article aims at identifying and solving private international law issues to which a sports agent is confronted when supplying his intermediation services.