Podcast episode 4 - football, Malaga CAS appeal, legalisation of MMA, MLB doping scandal, golfer banned, UKAD and NHS Protect MoU

Published 13 June 2013

In this weeks show Sean Cottrell (@SeanLawInSport), Editorial Director of LawInSport speaks to guests about Malaga's dismissed appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, doping in baseball, MMA in Canada, F1 tyre case, UK Anit-Doping’s memorandum of understanding with NHS Protect and golfers shoes:

Kevin Carpenter (@KevSportsLaw) of LawInSport provides an update on the Pirelli and Mercedes F1 tyre case and the rights and wrongs of banning a golfer for wearing the wrong shoes.

Paul Greene (@GreeneSportsLaw)of Terry Garmey & Associates tells us about the MLB Biogensis doping scandal.

Graham Arthur (@ukantidoping) of UK Anti-Doping provides an update on the recently signed memorandum of understanding with NHS Protect.

Layth Gafoor (@LaythGafoor) of Lucentem Sports & Entertainment Law explains the recent legalisation of MMA in Canada.

Daniel Geey (@FootballLaw) of Field Fisher Waterhouse provides his thoughts on Malaga's failed appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

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