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Bird & Bird's International Sports Group is delighted to provide you with the recordings from our second annual online global 'Sports Day'. The recordings cover the following topics and were presented by representatives across our global network. If you have any questions after watching the recordings, please do get in contact, we’d be delighted to chat to you!

Tokens in 2022: key learnings, drafting and negotiation tips: Will Deller and Richard McMorris

Image rights: when does use become abuse? A practical and international look at image rights in marketing and sport: Olaf Trojan, Joseph Fesenmair, Louise Sargeant and Rich Hawkins

Sports data: learnings from TRP v SIS and Genius v Radar: Andy Danson and Toby Bond

Conducting efficient sports disciplinary investigations: avoiding common pitfalls: Sam Beer and Robert Rose

Competition law update: a spotlight on key and recent cases: Saskia King and Jose Rivas

Giga-projects and giga-growth: sport in the Middle East: Yannick Hefti and Lewis Calder

Arbitration en Suisse - recent case law concerning the Swiss Federal Tribunal and CAS: Richard Bush, Philippe Vladimir-Boss (Bianchischwald) and Despina Mavromati (Bianchischwald)

Sponsorship considerations for highly regulated industries: Georgie Twigg and Rob Turner

Arbitrator bias - protecting the integrity of sports arbitrations: Nick Peacock and Jacob Webster

Private equity investors in sport: what are they looking for?: Matt Bonass and Craig Giles

Players behaving badly: how to navigate an employment law process in parallel with external factors such as criminal proceedings and social media exposure: Jonathan Goldsworthy

Data protection: the urgent and the upcoming: Emma Drake and Cat Hughes

Gambling Act Review - what it means for gambling sponsorships: Andy Danson, Lizzie Dunn and Lucy Paterson

Safeguarding regulations and proceedings: key considerations: Richard Bush

Sports events: trends and key considerations: Matt Hanson and Peter Rippel-Szabo

Athlete activism - shifting tides and regulatory approaches: Lereesa Easterbrook and Jumani Robbins

The eligibility of transgender athletes in sport: Chris Lavey