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onside law sports law conference

onside law would like to say a huge thank you to all those attended and spoke at the Management Forum sports law conference, making it one of our most successful conferences to date.

To view the partner slides from the conference, please click on the links below:

Oliver HuntFootball Commercial
Jamie SingerOlympics / Golf / Tennis Session
Simon ThorpFootball Regulation in 2009
Chris Walsh“Indian Intrigue, England 2015, Agent Taming and Bloodgate”: 12 Months of Cricket & Rugby Highlights & Lowlights

onside law: conference line-up announced

Onside law is pleased to announce the annual international sports law conference: “A Year in Sports Law”.

The conference will consider and discuss the key issues in sport and in particular sports law from the last 12 months. Each major sport will be reviewed by a panel of experts and decision makers from that sport following a presentation on the key developments from the preceding 12 months. In particular the panel of experts will draw upon the lessons learnt by certain sports to address the issues faced by others.

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND:
2010 marks the beginning of what some have called a “Golden Decade” for British Sport. In addition to the 2012 Olympics, Britain will host the 2015 Rugby World Cup, the 2013 Rugby League World Cup, the 2014 Commonwealth Games, the 2014 Ryder Cup and perhaps even the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Sport and the business of sport will take an ever more prominent place in national affairs and this conference will consider all the key legal issues which affect sport and which will form such an important part of the planning and implementation of the Golden Decade.

ACCREDITATION:
This Course merits 5.5 hours under the UK Solicitors Regulation Authority self-accreditation scheme.

WHEN:
Tuesday 2nd February 2010 at the Institute of Directors, London. For detailed information and to book your place at this prestigious event please click here or email:
registrations@management-forum.co.uk

CONFERENCE FEE:
£495 + VAT. The fee includes course documentation, mid-session refreshments and lunch.

MORE INFORMATION & BOOKING FORM:

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onside law highly ranked in Chambers Directory

onside law is highly ranked in the Chambers Directory for the fifth year running.

The latest 2010 Chambers comments on ‘clients’ delight in the group’s direct approach’. The ‘ full-service sports practice… across the raft of corporate, commercial, IP, employment, regulatory and dispute resolution matters’ ‘offers highly commercial advice, excellent value for money and 24-7 contact’, the Directory says.

Jamie Singer, Oliver Hunt and Simon Thorp are also ‘admired’ for their work with clients such as the ECB and Betfair.

Click here to read the full Chambers listing.

James Taylor

onside law is proud to sponsor the up and coming Nottinghamshire batsman, James Taylor. James was awarded the Cricket Writers’ Club Young Player of the Year award and also named as the PCA Young Player of the Year 2009.

onside law partner, Oli Hunt, says “It is great for onside law to be associated with James and to help him during these early stages of his career. James has been tipped by a number of cricket experts to make it right to the top of the sport. As fellow Old Salopians, our Chairman and I, are particularly pleased to see James doing so well and we look forward to a long and successful association with him”

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