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Fri, February 15, 2019

Sport Resolutions Annual Conference Sponsorship Announcement

Sport Resolutions is pleased to announce a sponsorship renewal with Winston & Strawn LLP as the naming rights sponsor for the Annual Conference 2019: “Setting the Pace in Debating Integrity”.

Winston & Strawn is a global law firm with more than 1000 lawyers across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the United States. The firm has one of the premier sports law practices in the world, recognised by the UK’s The Legal 500 2018 and by the U.S. News–Best Lawyers® as “Law Firm of the Year” for sports law in the 2018 editions of “Best Law Firms.” 

Peter Crowther, Winston & Strawn LLP’s London office managing partner, said: “We are delighted to once more be partnering with Sport Resolutions at this flagship event. Our continued involvement underlines both our organisations’ commitment to working to find the best resolutions to sports disputes.” 

Richard Harry, Chief Executive of Sport Resolutions said: "We are delighted to have Winston & Strawn on board once again. Our partnership goes back to 2017 and every year we continue to build on the strengths of our brand association. We look forward to working together with the Winston & Strawn team in delivering another successful conference for the sector."

Winston & Strawn LLP will also be sponsoring the drinks reception in the Sports Bar at the hotel for all attendees. 

The conference will take place in central London at the Grange St Paul’s on Thursday 2nd May 2019 where we bring together an esteemed panel of sports professionals and industry experts to discuss and debate the latest news and ideas in the areas of anti-doping, athlete welfare and integrity.

Early bird tickets for the Sport Resolutions Annual Conference 2019 in association with Winston & Strawn LLP start from £295 and are available until Thursday 28 February 2019.

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