The Play the Game 2013 Conference, Aarhus, Denmark, will broadcast live the presentation of Indianapolis based lawyer William Bock (Mich. Law ’89) on Monday, October 28, 2013. Bock’s talk, starting live at 10:30 a.m. Indianapolis time, will draw from Bock’s work as General Counsel for the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency in investigating and exposing doping by Lance Armstrong and the U.S. Postal Service Pro Cycling Team. Bock led the legal effort and served as the lead draftsman of the lengthy report which chronicled the evidence which USADA had amassed against Armstrong and was released in October of 2012.
Since 2007, the Danish Institute for Sports Studies, an independent institution created by the Danish Ministry of Culture, has sponsored the annual Play the Game Conference to open the doors for stakeholders in sport to discuss ethical issues in world sport.
At this year’s conference Bock will discuss “What the Armstrong Case Says about the Condition of Sport.” The national Danish Broadcasting Corporation will provide international coverage via live streaming and video-on-demand of Bock’s presentation as well as all major sessions of the Conference.