The legality of mixed martial arts in Canada: fighting for certainty
Published 17 May 2013 By: Layth Gafoor
In this article, Layth Gafoor, Paul Waldron and Hashim Ghazi discuss the legality of MMA in Canada, and argue that regulation, not prohibition, should govern how the sport of MMA is approached by provincial and federal governments.
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Layth holds the position of Principal and Managing Director of Lucentem Sports & Entertainment Law in Toronto. Layth has extensive experience advising on business matters in the area of sport, especially as it relates to Provincial Sporting Organizations (PSO) and National Sporting Organizations (NSO).