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Building on the long term support of women's sport and the recent success of the FIFA Women's World Cup, we are excited to share some news about our next sporting partnership.Read more...
Workplace Law is excited to be adding an exciting sport to our growing and diverse sports industry client portfolio.
We are pleased to announce that we will be supporting The Australian Flying Disc Association Limited (AFDA) with legal advice and support across governance and constitutional matters, employment issues, tribunal/disciplinary matters, sponsorship and broadcast arrangements and competition matters.
The AFDA is the peak organisation for disc sports (Frisbee) in Australia, providing services for its members at the national and international levels. AFDA has Member Organisations in each state.
As a growing sport with established values and a vision “to inspire everyday leaders and strengthen communities through the spirit of the game”, Workplace Law is thrilled to be able to play a part in this sport’s bright future which will hopefully include involve being recognised as an Olympic sport.
Workplace Law Chief Executive Officer Shane Koelmeyer said:
“We are delighted to support another growing sport by provide legal services to The Australian Flying Disc Association. We want to do whatever we can to help the AFDA Board, Maxwell and his team to have the right systems and structures in place to make the sport accessible to as many children and adults as possible. There is much to love about this sport’s ability to be competitive yet retain at it’s core a wonderful spirit that reminds us what sport should always be about – fair play and a sense of joy.”
AFDA Chief Executive Officer Maxwell Gratton said:
"The Australian Flying Disc Association (AFDA) is the national sporting organisation responsible for flying disc sports in Australia, including Ultimate and Disc Golf. There are many exciting opportunities for flying disc sports in the times ahead, underpinned by the Spirit of the Game. As AFDA advances its position in the Australian sporting landscape, it is delighted to be sharing the journey with Workplace Law and is grateful for the support.”
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