4 New Square Chambers’ Richard Liddell KC will lead a seminar on “Anti-Doping: The Key Issues” on Tuesday 28th February. This virtual seminar will be broadcast live and will also be recorded for delegates to revisit the material at a later date.
This virtual classroom seminar will cover a wide spectrum of anti-doping issues and will be of interest to solicitors, in-house counsel, barristers and anyone with an interest in sports law and keeping sport clean.
Richard acts for both athletes/players and governing bodies and has appeared in appeals in the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). His cases have spanned the following sports: athletics, badminton, boxing, cricket, eventing, football, hockey, horseracing, ice hockey, lacrosse, rowing, rugby union and shooting.
Richard is instructed in sports commercial disputes, disciplinary matters and sports arbitrations, including anti-doping cases and safeguarding matters. He also advises on sports-regulatory and welfare issues; and has advised on the implications of the Equality Act 2010 (which provides a legal framework to protect the rights of individuals and advance equality of opportunity for all) in the context of a group of players with a particular disability.