Sport’s Leaders Tackle Doping & Betting In Sport
Sport’s leaders and partners of sporting organisations will address the threat that doping and betting pose to the commercial success of sport at Integrity In Sport: Doping, Betting & Contractual Risk Management, a World Sports Law Report event, hosted at the London offices of Charles Russell LLP on 21 January.
This World Sports Law Report Briefing will examine how sports organisations, partners and sponsors can protect their deals if allegations of doping or match-fixing are made. The briefing will be co-hosted by Charles Russell LLP at their London offices.
The Briefing will:
Analyse how sport organisations can protect themselves from sponsors, TV broadcasters and other sources of funding from pulling out of contracts;
Examine how investors in sport can protect their reputation and brand if allegations of doping or match-fixing are made;
Provide a unique opportunity for sport's governing bodies, federations, clubs, sponsors and other advisors to discuss future plans for developing corruption-free sport and upholding its integrity.
CASE STUDY: BETTING IN TENNIS:
David O’Reilly, Betfair
Oliver Codrington, British Horseracing Authority
SPONSORSHIP & BROADCAST: PROTECTING YOUR INVESTMENT AND EVENT
Guy Le Grew, Sky Sports
Howard Stupp, International Olympic Committee
MEDIA MANAGEMENT & DAMAGE CONTROL
Adrian Bevington, The Football Association
Phil Hall, Phil Hall & Associates
CASE STUDY: TOUR DE FRANCE 2007
Philippe Verbiest, Union Cycliste Internationale
Michele Verroken, Sporting Integrity
PANEL SESSION: DEVELOPING CORRUPTION-FREE SPORT
Full details of the Programme are at:
Call - +44 (0)207 012 1383
Email - mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Log on - http://www.e-comlaw.com/integrityinsport/index.asp?section=form
For more information please contact Jit Jaswal at World Sports Law Report at: email@example.com or tel: +44 (0)20 7012 1383.