Dealing with corruption and misconduct in sport - an interview with Peter Crowther Winston & Stawn
Published 25 June 2018
In this interview Peter Crowther, Managing Partner of Winston & Stawn LLP's London and Brussel offices, shares his views on how sport can learn from the corporate world in its approach to tackle corruption such as doping and misconduct of officials within sports organisations.
The interview took place at the Sport Resolution 2018 Annual Conference in London. https://www.sportresolutions.co.uk/events/conferences/sport-resolutions-annual-conference-2018.
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