On March 8, 2019, the first ever User Conference of the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (“BAT”) was hosted in Munich (Germany). Wouter Janssens, founding partner at international boutique sports law firm CRESTA, participated
Belgian volleyball player Aziliz Divoux (VDK Gent – Dames, Stade Français Paris Saint Cloud, ASPTT Mulhouse, Ladies in Black Aachen) is calling upon boutique sports law firm CRESTA in regulatory matters.
CRESTA is pleased to announce the arrival of Xavier MANSAT as Volleyball Consultant, bringing additional power to its industry approach and providing unique legal knowledge and business insights to its
Serbian international Milko Bjelica (former KK Crvena zvezda, BC RYTAS, Vilnius, Baskonia, Anadolu Efes Spor Kulübü, Darüşşafaka Basketbol and Basket Zaragoza) is calling upon boutique sports law firm CRESTA to defend him in BAT proceedings against an
CRESTA‘s managing partner Sébastien Ledure on the legal and regulatory framework for agents in L’Echo: https://www.lecho.be/dossiers/footballgate/sebastien-ledure-la-fonction-d-agent-a-ete-massivement-deregulee/10058071.html
The day Belgian football was shocked by a tsunami of police investigations regarding possible financial fraud and match-fixing. CRESTA‘s managing partner Sébastien Ledure commenting on the events at BRUZZ: https://www.bruzz.be/videoreeks/woensdag-10-oktober-2018/video-sportadvocaat-ledure-matchfixing-bewijzen-wordt-niet
CRESTA assisted motorsports powerhouse Zelos in teaming up with Belgian driver Nigel Bailly to join the “Frederic Sausset” disabled drivers development program. Nigel Bailly will participate from 2018 to 2020 in a dedicated