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How best to approach contamination cases in anti-doping to be discussed at LawInSport's 6th Annual Conference

How best to approach contamination cases in anti-doping to be discussed at LawInSport's 6th Annual Conference
Identifying and proving contamination sources in anti-doping cases has been something that attracted much discussion and debate. On the 18 November 2020 at 5pm GMT/12pm EST our expert panel will discuss and examine:
  • the various possible contamination sources;
  • the UFC’s approach to decision limits and decision concentration levels;
  • ongoing research and discussions related to threshold and meat contamination
  • the importance of investigations, qualified expert opinions and testimony.
 
Our speakers: 
  • Jonathan Taylor QC, Head of Sports Group (London), Bird & Bird
  • Paul Greene, Sports Lawyer & Founder, Global Sports Advocates
  • Jeff Novitzky, Vice President of Athlete Health and Performance, UFC
  • Janie Soublière, Principal, Soubliere Sport Law and Arbitrator, Court of Arbitration for Sport, Sport Dispute Resolution Center of Canada, Sport Resolutions and UFC Anti-Doping Panel

With 50+ speakers, from 10+ countries, discussing and debating 18 topics, over two weeks the LawInSport 6th Annual Conference - Understand The Rules of The GameTM 2020 is one of sports laws “must attend" law conferences. The conference takes place from 10-20 November 2020. 

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For further information including the full agenda and speaker list go to and details of how to book your place click here

All sessions are recorded for attendees and will be available a few hours after each session. 

You can follow updates about the conference by using #LISconf20. 

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