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Swiss Supreme Court rejects two petitions for revision

01 December 2010

Authors: Nathalie Voser, James Menz

In two German-language decisions dated 28 September and 6 October 2010, and published on 11 November and 16 November 2010 respectively, the Swiss Supreme Court rejected petitions for revision of doping-related decisions by CAS tribunals. Both decisions reflect the Supreme Court's very restrictive approach to the revision doctrine and show that parties must exercise considerable "due diligence" to develop, or to determine the existence of, exonerating facts.

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