That’s Not a Red Card
What You Need to Know About Sports Arbitration before the World Cup
We have all seen the stories – “athlete appeals suspension.” But how do sports disputes work once the action moves off the pitch? This webinar will introduce you to the fascinating world of sports arbitration. It will provide an expert introduction about what sports arbitration is and how it works. It will then tackle how sports arbitration is done in the context of one of the largest international sporting events - the football World Cup. The webinar is a unique opportunity to learn about who gets heard, how decisions are made. It is a must see for disputes lawyers young and old as well as for all self-respecting sports fans.
Registration is complimentary as a service to our International community. Details for connecting to the recording will be sent shortly after you register. Please allow 1 business day to process your registration.
Squire Patton Boggs
Squire Patton Boggs
TX MCLE Credit
This program is approved by the State Bar of Texas for a total of 1 hour, of which 1 credit hour will apply to ethics/professional responsibility credit. Course ID Number: 174180275.
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