Kevin is a consultant and member of the editorial board for LawInSport, having previously acted as editor. He is a sports lawyer for international law firm Hill Dickinson LLP advising on commercial and regulatory issues. Kevin has become renowned in the fields of sports integrity, match-fixing and sports betting.
Weekly Media Recap 30 June - 6 July 2014
Fifa says there has been no evidence of match-fixing at any World Cup match and has called on a German magazine making allegations to provide proof. Convicted match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal has denied he correctly predicted Cameroon's result against Croatia before the game.
Srinivasan appointed new ICC Chairman as India’s Supreme Court declines to interfere despite IPL investigation
Weekly Media Recap 9 -15 June 2014
Ever since a variety of match-fixing scandals began in the United Kingdom in late 2013, a number of issues have been raised in relation to the UK’s approach to this integrity threat. One of which has been whether it is necessary for the UK to have a national policy on match-fixing encompassing all the key stakeholders?
Match-fixing update: FIFA prepares for World Cup, UEFA warns Euro U17s, and Stephen Lee appeal dismissed
Weekly Media Recap 12 - 18 May 2014
The threat of organised crime gangs targeting Australian sport will be the subject of a police symposium in Melbourne on Wednesday, as one expert warns of a looming ''tsunami of corruption''.
Match-fixing update: 1400+ arrests in Interpol-coordinated World Cup 2014 Asian operation and Commonwealth to review sports integrity
Weekly Media Recap 14 - 20 July 2014
Australian police have arrested six men over allegations they ran a gambling syndicate that benefited from knowledge about the fixing of tennis matches at state, national and international level.
Match-fixing update: Hong Kong reveals World Cup illegal betting seizures, and Council of Europe tackles sports manipulation
Weekly Media Recap 6 - 13 July 2014
Three people are under investigation in connection with alleged match fixing, according to police spokesperson Andreas Angelides, who told the Cyprus Mail that officers raided their homes yesterday to collect evidence linking them to the case.
Match-fixing update: illegal World Cup betting crackdown continues with multiple arrests in Malaysia, China and Thailand
Weekly Media Recap 23 -29 June 2014
Ghana's Football Association (GFA) denied British media reports on Monday that it had agreed to rig international matches and asked Ghanaian police to investigate two GFA officials the reports linked to the deal.
Match-Fixing Update: illegal betting raids across Asia, but FIFA reports no evidence as yet of match-fixing at World Cup Brazil
Weekly Media Recap 16 -22 June 2014
Match-fixing update: Asian authorities in pre-World Cup enforcement action, and multiple arrests in UK
Weekly Media Recap 2-8 June 2014
Match Fixing Update: major arrests in Singapore as FIFA claims World Cup threats successfully mitigated
Weekly Media Recap 19-25 May 2014
Singapore police said they have arrested 18 people believed to be part of a multi-million dollar illegal football betting ring less than a month before the World Cup starts.
A Good Practice Guide designed to challenge the scourge of match-fixing in football will be presented at the closing conference of Don’t Fix It – an anti-match-fixing partnership between the international footballers’ association FIFPro, the European Football Association (UEFA) and Birkbeck, University of London, in Slovenia next week.