Salvatore M. DeBunda, Co-Managing Partner of Archer’s Philadelphia office, was interviewed on ESPN radio in his role as President and General Counsel of the Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (PTHA), which represents more than 4,000 racehorse owners and trainers.
Mr. DeBunda was featured on ESPN’s horse racing show In the Gate as part of a panel of influencers who discussed leadership within the sport and whether horse racing should have a unified governing body as in other sports. A racehorse owner for more than 20 years, Mr. DeBunda was also the primary author of the horsemen’s sections of the Pennsylvania Race Horse Development and Gaming Act, passed in 2004, which allocates a percentage of revenue from casino slot machines to support various aspects of thoroughbred and harness racing in Pennsylvania.
In addition to a focus on equine law, Mr. DeBunda’s diverse practice includes representation of corporate, healthcare and media clients, as well as significant private and family-owned companies and nonprofit organizations. His more than 40 years of legal and business experience includes high-level positions with media and electronics companies, as well as representation of cable television franchisees in Philadelphia and throughout the United States.
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