McKeown v Attheraces Case Review
The claimant was an experienced jockey who was found guilty in October 2008 by a Disciplinary Panel of the British Horseracing Authority ("BHA") of breaching two of the rules of racing: failure to ensure a horse is ridden on its merits and conspiring to commit corrupt practices.
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- Tags: British Horseracing Authority (BHA) | Civil Evidence Act 1968 | Defamation | European Convention on Human Rights | Horseracing | Supreme Court | United Kingdom (UK)
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Kevin is a advisor and member of the editorial board for LawInSport, having previously acted as editor. In his day-to-day work he has two roles: as the Principal for his own consultancy business Captivate Legal & Sports Solutions, and Special Counsel for Sports Integrity at leading global sports technology and data company Genius Sports.