Firm Chairman Stephen Busey is featured in a recent Financial News & Daily Record article titled “Busey helping clean up world of tennis.”
The article outlines the firm’s involvement in helping the world’s four governing bodies of professional tennis (the ATP Tour, the International Tennis Federation, the Women’s Tennis Association and the Grand Slam Committee) create a uniform set of anti-corruption rules related to match fixing and other gambling-related activities.
The Uniform Tennis Anti-Corruption Rules are published on the website of The Tennis Integrity Unit.
Busey and the firm continue to help guard professional tennis’s integrity by prosecuting players implicated in match-fixing cases by the Tennis Integrity Unit.
Busey helped prosecute Spanish player Guillermo Olaso who was found guilty of corruption and failing to report being approached by people who provide inside information or influence the outcome of any aspect of a match.
The Olaso case, heard in Switzerland, was the fourth prosecuted by Busey since 2009.
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