Dewey helps secure victory for Semenya in gender dispute
Dewey & LeBoeuf has helped to secure a victory for Caster Semenya in the South African athlete's battle to be reinstated to international competition after a forced 11-month absence while authorities debated her gender. In one of the most interesting sports law cases in recent years, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has accepted a recommendation from a panel of medical experts that Semenya, who burst onto the scene by winning the 800m race at the World Championships last August, should be allowed to compete in future competitions.
Dewey & LeBoeuf has helped to secure a victory for Caster Semenya in the South African athlete’s battle to be reinstated to international competition after a forced 11-month absence while authorities debated her gender.
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