Hockey Club Negligence

January 19, 2009

accident, criminal law, Negligence

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19 year old Russian hockey player –  Alexei Cherepanov collapsed and died at an Ice Hockey game on October 13th 2008. Newspapers report that:

Moscow regional prosecutors said an ice arena manager and a hockey club director were negligent in the death of rising Russian star Alexei Cherepanov. Prosecutors said in a statement posted on their website Tuesday that the manager of the Moscow region arena where Cherepanov was playing failed to coordinate proper emergency medical services before the game.”   Source: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20081202.wsptcherepanov1202/EmailBNStory/GlobeSportsHockey/home

“The Continental Hockey League has now suspended five officials on Friday in connection with the death last year of rising star Alexei Cherepanov….. An autopsy showed he suffered from a chronic condition that obstructed blood flow to the heart and other organs. Avangard’s president, general manager and one of its team doctors were suspended indefinitely from positions in the league. Another Avangard doctor was suspended for two years. Vityaz’s president was also suspended.” Source: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20090116.wsptcherepanov0116/EmailBNStory/GlobeSportsHockey/home

how do you say ‘Watson v. BBBC’ in Russian?

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Associate Professor in Sports Law, Staffordshire University; British Gymnastics Senior Coach

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