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- Tags: Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) | Bribery Act 2010 | Convention on the Manipulation of Sports Competitions | Cricket | Criminal Law | England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) | Football | International Cricket Council (ICC) | INTERPOL | Match-Fixing | National Crime Agency | Remote Gambling Association (RGA) | Singapore | The Council of Europe (CoE) | The FA | United Kingdom (UK)
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Tom is a solicitor specialising in commercial litigation and sports law. He acts for a wide variety of high-profile athletes, including cricketers, footballers, gymnasts and cyclists.