Keebles LLP were part of The Future of Sports Law & Business Conference that took place at the Etihad Stadium last month.
Topics presented included sports finance, governing bodies, sports arbitration, football agent and max-fixing, as well are more general discussions on the future of sports law and business.
The event was attended by a who’s who of experts from the a number of sports including football, rugby, cycling and athletics, as well as representatives from the media, law, accountancy and sports governance.
Andrew Broadbent, who is recognised within the Legal 500 for Dispute Resolution advice offered to a variety of Sports clients, said “it was great to be part of the flagship Future of Sports Law & Business event. It was an excellent opportunity for Keebles to connect with experts in this sector and to keep abreast of the key developments that are likely to impact on our clients in the near future and beyond”.
Keebles LLP is listed within the Legal 500 for its sports practice fielding a multi-disciplinary team with experience advising sports personalities, clubs, organisations and stadium owners on a range of contractual, commercial and contentious matters.