Contract Negotiations

We have ten years of experience in managing basketball contract negotiations. We have 25 years business experience in negotiating commodity contracts for Cargill Inc., financial consultant contracts with Merrill Lynch, export/trade contracts with distributors in Eastern Europe for Friesland/Campina Dairy Foods and eight years of experience in negotiating our own sport marketing contracts.
Our contracts are FIBA accredited and any dispute arising from and related to your contract shall be submitted to the Basketball Arbitral Tribunal(BAT) in Geneva, Switzerland and shall be resolved in accordance with the BAT Arbitration Rules by a single arbitrator appointed by the BAT President. The seat of the arbitration shall be Geneva, Switzerland. The arbitration shall be governed by Chapter 12 of the Swiss Act on Private International Law, irrespective of parties ‘domicil’. The language of arbitration shall be in English. The arbitrator shall decide the dispute ex aequo et bono.

We know the intricacies of contract negotiations and therefore also work together with our contract attorneys at  http://www.brantjesadvocaten.nl  to ensure that all our contracts are officially accepted and can judicially be defended in each country in which we do business for you should we not succeed with our BAT arbitration.