Sport & Gambling 2012
9th October, central London Published 03 September 2012
World Sports Law Report is proud to announce the launch of Sport & Gambling 2012, an annual summit providing both gambling operators and sports organisations with an in-depth update on the fast-paced, complex legal and regulatory structure that underpins their relationship.
Sports rights, betting rights, advertising and combating corruption are just some of the key issues that will be addressed by our team of expert speakers.
This essential event will analyse new opportunities and challenges in an increasingly global and intricate legal landscape, and provide expert opinion and advice on the implications of recent developments, allowing you and your organisation to comply and excel in today's fast-paced environment.
Sport & Gambling 2012 will bring together leading sports betting experts, market analysts and pioneers in betting integrity, making the must-attend event of the year.
This is an essential event for all:
- Betting Operators
- National Governing Bodies
- International Federations
- Government Officials
- Gambling Authorities
- Sports Clubs
- Disciplinary & Governance Professionals
- Legal & Business Advisors
- Market Analysts
For further infromation please visit the conference website.
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