Tackling Matchfixing: Early Bird registration closes today Monday 19 February

February 19 – The Early Bird registration price of £395 for the Tackling Matchfixing conference, March 9/10 at the Chelsea harbour Hotel in Chelsea, London, closes today.


From the end of taday the full rate of £495 will apply.

Registration fees cover all conference sessions and the Gala dinner on Friday 9 March.

The venue for the conference is the Chelsea Harbour Hotel in Chelsea, London, with the gala dinner (sponsored by the Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee) being held at Chelsea Football Club’s Stamford Bridge stadium.

Why Tackling Matchfixing?

Tackling match-fixing is the first conference dedicated exclusively to the phenomena of match manipulation and betting related match-fixing.

This 1.5 day conference will address the biggest and most challenging issue threatening sport and football in particular. The match-fixing issues from a legal and criminal perspective are multiple and evolving.

The world’s most respected sports lawyers, legal and governance leaders, judicial bodies and match-fixing experts will provide their insightful analysis and a comprehensive overview of the current match-fixing landscape.

This conference is designed for Sports Lawyers, International Federations, Sports Governing Bodies, Clubs, Leagues and Sports Governance experts.

Confirmed Speakers:

Efraim Barak, CAS Arbitrator, Founder EFRAIM BARAK, Sport Law & Consultancy (Tel Aviv, Israel), RexSport Board Member; Michele Bernasconi, Partner at Baer & Karrer & CAS Arbitrator; Prof. Massimo Coccia, Arbitrator at CAS, Attorney-At-Law and Founding Partner at Coccia De Angelis Vecchio & Associati (Rome, Itlay); Prof. David Forrest, Honorary Professor at Liverpool University; Dr. Emilio Garcia, Head of Disciplinary & Integrity – UEFA; Mark Hovell, Partner at Mills & Reeve LLP, Manchester & CAS Arbitrator; Prof. Ulrich Haas, Professor of Civil Procedure and Swiss Private Law (University of Zurich), Arbitrator (Sole, Chair, Wing) in over 250 cases (ICC, DIS, SWISS Rules, CAS, BAT, AD HOC); Oliver Jaberg, Director of Integrity & Institutional Legal – FIFA; Andreas Krannich, Managing Director Strategy & Integrity, Sportradar; Yves Le Lostecque, Head of the Sport Unit, Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and culture, European Union; Emanuel Macedo de Medeiros, OECD, SIGA & ICSS Europe; Ettore Mazzilli, President of Rex Sport, Founding Partner of Studio Legale Mazzilli (Bari, Italy), QFA Legal Director; Dr. Laila Mintas, Deputy President at Sportradar US and former Director of Integrity at CONCACAF; Gianpaolo Monteneri, Founding Partner of Monteneri sports law (Zurich, Switzerland) and Vice President of Rex Sport; Benoit Pasquier, General Counsel & Director of Legal Affairs at Asian Football Confederation; José Juan Pintó Sala, Founder & Honorary President of RexSport, Founding Partner of Pintó Ruiz & Del Valle and CAS Arbitrator; Nick Raudenski, Chief Integrity Officer (UEFA); Matthieu Reeb, CAS Secretary General.; Carlos Schneider, UEFA Legal Counsel; William Sternheimer, CAS Deputy Secretary General; Theo Van Seggelen, Secretary General at FIFPro. Alfredo Lorenzo, Integrity Officer, LaLiga, Simon Barker – Assistant Chief Executive at the PFA, member of both the Sports Betting Group and Sports Betting Integrity Forum; Steven Flynn – sports/criminal barrister from St Johns Buildings, Manchester; Lorraine Pearman – Gambling Commission, Betting Integrity Programme Lead

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