Match-fixing and the potential ‘Matuzalem effect’
Regular readers of my sports law blog will be aware of my strong feelings about the sanctions handed down to those found guilty of integrity offences, particularly for match-fixing.
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About the Author
Kevin is a advisor and member of the editorial board for LawInSport, having previously acted as editor. In his day-to-day work he has two roles: as the Principal for his own consultancy business Captivate Legal & Sports Solutions, and Special Counsel for Sports Integrity at leading global sports technology and data company Genius Sports.