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Tom is a commercial litigator and bankruptcy practitioner who regularly practices in state and federal courts, including bankruptcy courts, around the country.

In his practice, Tom counsels and represents financial institutions, including national, regional, and community banks and lenders to litigate various types of disputes, including creditors’ rights/enforcement matters, successor liability type issues, fiduciary duty claims, consumer claims, as well as loan origination and servicing issues.

Tom’s bankruptcy practice and experience provides a particular benefit to his creditor clients who suddenly find themselves having to navigate the process to protect their rights. He regularly handles issues arising from liquidations and reorganizations, as well as adversary proceedings, preference actions, fraudulent transfers, violations of the automatic stay, and lift stay motions. Tom also has experience representing liquidating trustees.

Tom’s commercial litigation practice frequently involves representing businesses and executives in connection with a wide variety of business disputes, including breaches of contract, breaches of fiduciary duties, construction disputes, employment matters, misappropriation of trade secrets, class action defense, and government investigations. His practice regularly focuses on assisting emerging growth technology companies and start-ups with respect to disputes they frequently encounter, including founder and partnership disputes, non-disclosure issues, stock vesting compensation matters, and master service agreement violations.