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Prof. Dr. Stephan Breidenbach (1955)

Professor of Law (Germany) Eng/Deu
Berlin / Germany

Dr. jur. Professor of Law - Chair for Civil Law, Civil Procedure and International Law - European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder). Professor of Mediation - University of Vienna. Business Mediator and Arbitrator in national and international cases.

Mr John A. Faylor (1945)

Attorney-at-law (United States of America) Eng/Deu
Frankfurt am Main / Germany

Bard College, B.A. 1967, University of Heidelberg; admitted to the courts of Germany since 1979; University of Michigan, LL.M.,1979, Attorney at law, admitted to the U.S. District Courts and the courts of the State of Pennsylvania since 1982; American citizen resident of Germany since 1967; Senior Counsel, Mayer Brown LLP; Frankfurt am Main, continuing representation of of sportswear and sport article manufacturers since 1985. Former Member of FIS Doping Panel (2007); Chairman, Anti-Doping Panel, World Archery Federation since 2007; Chairman of the Ethics Commission of The World Games since 2017;

Ms Olga Hamama (1981)

Arbitrator (Ukraine) Deu/Eng/Ru
Frankfurt am Main / Germany

Partner at V29 Legal (since 2019); Principle Associate and Member of the International Arbitration Group with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP (2009 – 2019); Lecturer on Sports and Dispute Resolution at Humboldt University, Berlin, and Goethe-University, Frankfurt; Member of the Working Group on Sports Law at the German Lawyers Association; Member of the Working Group on Dispute Resolution in Blockchain-based Transaction at the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center.

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Mr Axel Heck (1947)

Attorney-at-law (Germany) Fr/Eng/Deu
Berlin / Germany

International arbitrator and legal counselor; Co-Chair, International Section, Indian National Bar Association

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Dr Peter Heckel (1952)

Attorney-at-law (Germany) Eng/Deu
Frankfurt am Main / Germany

Independent arbitrator; Formerly Partner at the law firm Hengeler Mueller; Member of the IBA Rules of Evidence Review Subcommittee (2008-2010).

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Mr Richard H. Kreindler (1959)

Attorney-at-law (United States of America) Fr/Eng/Deu
Frankfurt/Main / Germany

Partner at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP; Formerly Partner in the law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP. Attorney, New York, Paris, Frankfurt. Commercial investment, construction and infrastructure arbitration before and under the rules of the leading global institutional and ad hoc arbitration regimes. Council Member, Institute of World Business Law of International Chamber of Commerce (Paris). Honorary Professor, University of Münster, Germany.

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Dr. Sven Nagel (1970)

Attorney-at-law (Germany) Eng/Deu
Leipzig / Germany

Doctor juris; Senior Partner Nagel Kauerhof Rechtsanwälte law firm; Member of the Board, Institute for German and International Sports Law, Leipzig; Former member of the GDR junior national team in wrestling.

Dr Jan Räker (1977)

Attorney-at-law (Germany) Eng/Deu
Stuttgart / Germany

Legal Director at VfB Stuttgart 1893 e.V., Attorney-at-law Rechtsanwälte Prinz Neidhardt Engelschall, Hamburg; Lecturer for Sports Law and Football Management at IST Hochschule, Düsseldorf; General Counsel and CCO Hamburger Sport-Verein e.V., Hamburg; General Secretary of International Sport Lawyers Association (ISLA) since 2012; Member of ECA Legal Advisory Panel.

Mr Gordon Rapp (1957)

Attorney-at-law (Germany) Eng/Deu
Heidelberg / Germany

Attorney-at-law and Senior Partner of RAPP WOLFF Rechtsanwälte. Member of the Articles Commission of the German Fencing Association 1996 - 1998. Vice President of the German Fencing Association 1998 - 2000. President of the German Fencing Association 2000 - 2014. Honorary President of the German Fencing Association. Member of the Marketing Commission of the European Fencing Association (CEE). Member of the FIE Legal Commission since 2008. Member of the ASOIF Legal Consultative Group since 2015. Member of the Executive Committee of the Olympic Training Center Rhein-Neckar since 2016.

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Ms Annett Rombach (1980)

Attorney-at-law (Germany) Eng/Deu
Frankfurt am Main / Germany

LL.M - University of Miami. Attorney-at-law at Klinkert Rechtsanwälte, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Arbitrator at the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal (BAT), Geneva, Switzerland. Guest Lecturer at the University of Zurich (International Arbitration); Independent Anti-Doping Delegate (“FIS IADD”) (2019 - ).

Ms Sylvia Schenk (1952)

Attorney-at-law (Germany) Eng/Deu
Frankfurt-am-Main / Germany

Consultant / Attorney at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP; Labour Court Judge at the Labour Court Offenbach/Main (1979-1989). City Councillor for Legal Affairs, Housing and Sports, City of Frankfurt (1989-2001). 1972 German Champion 800m Athletics and participant Olympic Games Munich. Member of the management Committee of the International Cycling Federation (UCI) (2000-2005). Chairwoman of the Appeals Board of the German Handball League women; member of FIFA's Human Rights Advisory Board, the External Judicial Experts Group of the Badminton World Federation and the Ethics Commission of the International Floorball Federation.

Prof. Dr. Martin Schimke (1959)

Attorney-at-law (Germany) Fr/Eng/Deu
Düsseldorf / Germany

Dr. jur.; LL.M.; Attorney at law; Of Counsel of the law firm Bird & Bird; 1998 - 2014 President of the Sports-law-Commission and member of the Governing Board of the UIA (Union Internationale des Avocats); 1998 - 2000 member of the Arbitration Panel of the professional German Ice-Hockey League (DEL); since 1997 member of the Advisory Board of the German Sports-Law Association; 1989 - 2000 member of the Legal Committee of the German Basketball Federation and member of the Anti-doping Committee of the German Basketball Federation; 1978 - 1980 member of the German Basketball National Team; since 2015 member of the Ethics Group of the FISA (Fédération Internationale des Sociétés d’Aviron); Honorary Professor at the Hochschule Fresenius; Member of the CAS ad hoc Division at the Summer Olympic Games, London 2012 and at the Olympic Winter Games in Pyoengchang 2018. .

Mr Bruno Simma (1941)

Professor (Germany) Fr/Eng/Deu
Munich / Germany

Professor of Law at the Universities of Innsbruck (retired) and Michigan, Ann Arbor (on leave); former Judge at the International Court of Justice (2003 - 2012); currently Judge/Arbitrator at the Iran - United States Claims Tribunal in The Hague and Arbitrator in inter-State and PCA/ICSID investor-State cases.

Prof. Dr. Christoph Vedder (1947)

Professor (Germany) Eng/Deu
Munich / Germany

Dr. jur., Professor emeritus of Public Law, Public International Law and European Law as well as Sports Law at the University of Augsburg, Germany; attorney-at-law in Munich; member of the Organizing Committee for the 11th Olympic Congress 1981; member and chairman of the Arbitration Panel of the IAAF (1992 - 2004); member of various juridical or scientifc commissions of national, european and international sports governing bodies; member of the German Institution of Arbitration (2011 - ); chairman of the Anti-Doping Hearing Panel of the IBU (2009 - 2019); member of the Juridical Commission óf the IAAF (2015 - 2019); member and chairman of the Commission for the Settlement of Disputes Related to Confidentiality of the Ortganisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague, Netherlands (2005 - 2011 and 2017 -) ; teaching Sports Law at various universities.

Dr Georg von Waldenfels (1944)

Attorney-at-law (Germany) Eng/Deu
Munich / Germany

Counsel at Clifford Chance Deutschland LLP; Former Minister of Finance for the State of Bavaria; Former member of the Board of Management of VIAG Telecom AG, Munich; President of German Tennis Federation (1999-2011); ITF Board of Directors (2001-_)