LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board would be consulting its legal advisors on whether to attend the logo unveiling ceremony of the 2011 World Cup and a meeting of the central organising committee to be held in Mumbai on July 14. "Since we are in the process of having the ICC disputes resolution tribunal hear out appeal against the moving of the World Cup matches from Pakistan and we have also talked about a proper legal challenge against the ICC decision, we have to see what our lawyers say," a board official said. The official said Chairman Ijaz Butt and chief operating officer Saleem Altaf had been invited to attend the two events on July 14. "We will do whatever our lawyers tell us to do because we dont want to damage our case in the ICC," he added. The PCB is fighting to regain hosting rights of its share of World Cup matches which were shifted to other host countries, India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, by the ICC executive board due to security concerns. But PCB said since the security situation is the same in other host countries, Australia or New Zealand should host the 2011 World Cup and the 2015 event held at the sub-continent or the country be allowed to host its share of matches at neutral venues.