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Anti-doping - Examining contamination cases

Identifying and proving contamination sources in anti-doping cases has been something that attracted much discussion and debate. Our expert panel 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; and
  • 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

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