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A Critical Review of FIFA’s ‘Working with Intermediaries Regulations’ 2015

Regulation on working with intermediaries
Wednesday, 10 December 2014 By Max Eppel, Jacob Miller

As is well known, FIFA intend to introduce their new ‘Working with Intermediaries Regulations’ (“the 2015 Regulations”) on 1 April 2015. The primary motivation in the introduction of these new regulations is that of ‘transparency’, according to FIFA Circular no.1417

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Max Eppel

Max Eppel

Max is a barrister specialising in sports, commercial and employment law practising as a Partner and Head of Sports Law at McFaddens LLP. Prior to this, Max ran his own international football agency with offices in California and London.

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Jacob Miller

Jacob Miller

Jacob is a trainee at McFaddens LLP, having graduated from the University of Bristol in 2013. Jacob has a lifelong passion for sport, and has started his training contract assisting in the Sports Law and Commercial Litigation departments.

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