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