Is a Lawyer, graduated from the Faculty of Law
and Political Science of Universidad Santa María de Caracas, a football
Technical Director and former professional footballer with more than 20
appearances for the Venezuelan National side between 1980 and 1989. With
regards to his legal studies he possesses various postgraduate degrees in Penal
Law and Penal Business Law.
The principal areas in Nelson Carrero?s Law
practice are International Sports Law, National Sports Law, Penal Law, and the
laws and bylaws of the Public Registry and Notary. Specifically, he specializes
in the following matters: drafting and analysis of sports bylaws; disciplinary
sports claims; the investigation of forged documents for athletes; the
organization of sport entities (International Associations, Federations,
Associations, and Clubs) according to sporting laws and bylaws; drafting and
analysis of sports bylaws for children and teenagers; travel permits for
athletes; penal procedures; penal procedures for defamation; penal procedures
for wrongful use of brands; and Penal Business Law.
Nelson Carrero is a very well recognized
athlete in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela for his displays with the
Venezuelan National team in the Moscow Olympics of 1980, the qualification
games for the FIFA World Cups of Spain 1982, Mexico 1986, and Italy 1990, and
the Copa America of Uruguay and Chile in 1983 and Argentina 1987. Nelson also
played professionalky for Deportivo Galicia, ULA, Deportivo Italia, C.S.
Marítimo de Venezuela, and Caracas F.C. He also possesses great knowledge as
coach, highlighting his work at Union Atlético Maracaibo and as Technical
Director of the Under 20 Venezuelan National Team in 2005.
Nelson Carrero is also a broadcaster graduated
from Universidad Central de Venezuela and has been a football commentator for
different television channels and radio stations.
Is a Lawyer, graduated from the Faculty of Law and Political Science
of the Universidad Metropolitana in Caracas, Venezuela. He has an LLM in International
Sport Law, from the Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía in Madrid, Spain
and also by the Instituto de Estudios Bursatiles in Madrid, Spain. Antonio also
has several postgraduate degrees, including: Sports Management in the Business
of Baseball by the Universidad Central de Venezuela, and a Diploma in
Litigation and Procedural Law from the Universidad Metropolitana in
Caracas, Venezuela. Antonio has international experience in the Sports Law
field, having worked in the Law Firm Paulo Roberto Murray
in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in the area of Sports Law. He is currently, pursuing an
LL.M. in Global Sport in the Instituto Superior de Derecho y
Economía in Madrid Spain, and an LL.M. in Private International Law
(Conflict of Laws) and Comparative Law at the Universidad Central de Venezuela.
principal areas in Antonio Quintero´s Law practice are International Law of
Sports, National Sports Law, Contract Law, Litigation, and International
Humanitarian Law. Specifically, he specializes in the following matters:
Analysis of the legal strategy for conflict resolution in sports; proceedings
before the Court of Arbitration for Sport; proceedings before bodies of
organized football (FIFA Disciplinary Committee, the Dispute Resolution Chamber
of FIFA Committee FIFA Players' Status, Court of arbitration of the FIBA, the
FVF Electoral Commission, Board of arbitration and Honor Council FVF), advice
about the Winter League Agreement between Major League Baseball and the
Caribbean leagues, use of alternative dispute resolution, legal proceedings in
the Tribunal Supremo de Justicia in Venezuela, labor courts, courts of children
and adolescents, civil courts, administrative courts, proceedings before
various courts within the sports federations and associations,
transfer of athletes between clubs (loan or definitive), labor
contracts of athletes; television right contracts; endorsement contracts,
sponsorship and image rights; merchandising contracts; doping, the list of
prohibited substances, therapeutic use exemptions and international standards;
representation contracts of athletes and clubs (sports agents);
advice for obtaining licenses of agents.; advise in sporting election cases,
advice for registration of projects in the National Sports Fund (Venezuela)
and, identification of war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide and
Quintero, has also other postgraduate studies, as a Diploma Football of
Football Coach at the Universidad Deportiva del Sur, Comité Olímpico
Venezolano, y el Centro de Estudios Superiores e Investigaciones Deportivas de
Venezuela, and a diploma of radio and tv announcer by the Universidad
Central de Venezuela.
Quintero it is also the Director of International Relations of
the Asociación Olímpica de Derecho Deportivo de Venezuela and
also is a member of the Fundación para altos Estudios del Fútbol "SIMÓN RODRÍGUEZ".
also writes for several legal publications, as Ámbito Jurídico, the magazine
Podium, the digital magazine Iure, the digital magazine 11 amigos,
websites Venezuela es Fútbol and iusport.es and columnist for the Asociación Olímpica
de Derecho Deportivo de Venezuela . Among his publications is
"Internationalization of Armed Conflict: Case" Prosecutor V. Tadic
"International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, 1997 -
1999", "Whatch out , the transfer price problem in Volleyball"
and "How to regulate the activity of Football Players agents ".
He has done
several presentations at national and international conferences of Sports
Law. He has also been a champion of the international competition Víctor Carlos
García Moreno, on proceedings before the International Criminal Court and
International Humanitarian Law, in its 2006 edition.
In his free
time Antonio Quintero plays football and tennis.
English, French and Portuguese.
||Ruben Echeverria Salas
Is a Lawyer
graduated from the Faculty of Law and Political Science at Universidad
Metropolitana de Caracas, with a Master´s Degree in International Law and
International Relations at Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 2011 and is
currently enrolled at the Universidad Central de Venezuela pursuing a
postgraduate degree in International Economic Law.
principal areas in Ruben Echeverría´s Law practice are International Sports
Law, National Sports Law, Contract Law, International Law, International
Humanitarian Law, and International Relations.
Specifically, he specializes in the following matters: the estimation of
contract release clauses, drafting of bylaws for the organization of sports
leagues for universities; drafting of bylaws for referees, arbitrators and
sports judges; drafting of contracts for the transfer of professional athletes;
drafting of labor contracts; contracts involving the sale of TV rights;
sponsorship contracts and image rights; merchandising contracts; registry of
federations, associations, and clubs according to the new Law of Sport in
Venezuela; constitution of federations, associations, and sporting clubs, brand
registry; analysis of International Treaties; analysis international economic systems;
and the analysis of global political contexts.
Ruben Echeverria has, among his
publications, a piece titled "The so called buy out clauses as a medium of
extinction of a labor contract for a professional athlete" that deals with labor
contracts for professional atheltes in a very profound way.
In his spare time Ruben
enjoys playing football, mountain biking, swimming, trekking and playing
English, French, and
Is a Law
student from the Faculty of Law and Political Science of Universidad
Metropolitana de Caracas. He possesses various courses and seminars related to
Sports Law and Human Rights.
The principal areas in Enrique Delgado´s Law
practice are International Sports Law, National Sports Law; Human Rights;
procedural law; conflict resolution and International Humanitarian Law.
Specifically Enrique works drafting and responding disciplinary complains;
trademark; labor contracts for athletes; investigations for the collection of
evidence from sporting events; structuring legal arguments for contentious
cases; jurisprudential analysis of the Court of Arbitration for Sports, Ad Hoc
International Criminal Courts, Inter-American Court of Human Rights,
International Criminal Court and the Supreme Court of Venezuela; alternative dispute resolution;
analysis of legal resources to exercise in Civil, Labor, Sports or
Administrative Litigation; Human Rights violations and identification of War
Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide and Aggression.
Enrique Delgado was columnist of the political
section and then Editor in Chief of "Naranja Pelada", the newspaper of the
Universidad Metropolitana de Caracas.
He has participated as competitor and as coach
in several International law competitions. Among his most important
participations at the International Law and Human Rights Contest "Francisco
Suárez S.J." in 2011, held at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá,
Colombia, reaching the semifinal round of the competition; and at the "Victor
Carlos García Moreno" Contest of International Humanitarian Law and proceedings
before the International Criminal Law in 2012, held at the ITAM of Mexico City,
where the university again reached the semifinal stage. Enrique has also been
coach of teams that have represented the Universidad Metropolitana in Venezuela
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Is the Chief Communications Officer of Carrero
& Quintero Law Firm. He is currently a student of History at Universidad
Central de Venezuela. Among his many courses are the Latin American Sports
Journalism Seminary at Universidad Simón Bolivar (USB), different radio courses
at "Voces de Marca", Radio and Tv Producer course at "Radio Sin Precedentes" and a Specialization in Sports Journalism (USB).
The principal areas where Sergio Musella works are:
the management of sports information of public interest and journalistic
investigations. Specifically, he specializes in the following matters: the
management of information of interest for the media; the drafting of official
communications; investigations to gather evidence on sporting topics using the
media; the gathering of information, news, and data of historical and
statistical significance; as well as managing social networks in sport.
Sergio is a football commentator at "SinRuido.net", staff of "La Vinotinto.com" at Radio Sintonia 1420am, member of "Sports Journalism courses of Simón Bolívar University".
In his spare time Sergio Musella writes in his
personal blog "Letrasdelacancha.wordpress.com", where he archives his
Spanish, English and Italian.
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||Jonathan Iglesias Palacio
Lawyer 's degree from the Faculty of Law University Alfonso X El Sabio of Madrid. Associate lawyer in the Bar Association of Madrid ( ICAM ) . Has Masters in International Law and Sports Management at the Institute of Law and Economics in Madrid and Master in Tax Consultancy in the Center for Financial Studies in Madrid . It also has a Sports Law course organized by the Students Adecco Foundation and the law firm GÃ³mez- Acebo & Pombo in Madrid.
The main areas where Jonathan Iglesias Palace exercises are : the area of ââadministrative law and tax area . Specifically , specializes in the following subjects : Public procurement , sanctions , contentious- administrative system , tax advice , election procedures , Sports Associations , Sports Federations and Paralympic Committees.
Jonathan Iglesias Palace is a founding member of the DDM ( Sports Law Association of Madrid). He has written several articles on public procurement in Spanish sport, the economic situation of the clubs in Spain , investment funds in sports doping. It has also sought tax issues related to sport .
Also Jonathan Iglesias in his spare time practicing amateur football shape , which practiced from a young age and running ; sport that has seen him compete in several half marathons .
Spanish and English
Twitter: @ JonyIglesiasPal