Sports broadcasting, gambling advertising and live odds - is further regulation needed?
There is a conversation being had as to the role of gambling, specifically the advertising of gambling in Australian sports. Nick Fitzpatrick and Dylan Kennett ask whether the approach taken by the Australian government highlights a larger issue affecting other jurisdictions.
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- Tags: Advertising | Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) | Anti-Corruption | Australia | Europe | France | Gambling | Italy | United Kingdom (UK)
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Nick is a media and sport lawyer with 20 years' experience, including substantial experience of negotiating and structuring complex arrangements for the exploitation of media rights across all platforms, brand exploitation, event organisation, sports administration, copyright, gambling and advertising.
Dylan is a trainee solicitor in the Media & Sports group at DLA Piper. After graduating McGill University in 2006, he worked as a talent scout and manager in the vibrant Canadian music industry, splitting his time between Montreal and Toronto.