Adam Lewis QC (Chair) Blackstone Chambers, London

Adam Lewis QC is leading counsel specialising in Public Law, EU Law and Sports Law, appearing before the English and European courts and in arbitral tribunals including the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne. He also sits as an arbitrator in sports disputes. He has previously worked for a firm in Washington DC, for a firm in Brussels, and in the cabinet of a European Commissioner in Brussels.

Beth Wilkinson Wilkinson, Walsh + Eskovitz, Washington DC

Beth Wilkinson is lead trial counsel in federal and state cases involving, among other things, white collar crime, antitrust, sports and entertainment, mass tort and product liability, and class action litigation. She also represents clients in front of the Department of Justice, Congress and other government agencies. She is a former Assistant US Attorney and Counsel to the Deputy Attorney General.

Marc Henzelin Lalive SA, Geneva

Marc Henzelin is lead counsel in transnational and domestic litigation, involving amongst other things international and economic criminal law, commercial and banking litigation, asset recovery, mutual legal assistance in criminal matters and extradition, and public international law. He also leads private investigations. He was previously an acting Judge at the Cour de Cassation of Geneva and of the criminal and commercial sections of the Court of Appeal.

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