Tom is a trial lawyer representing companies and individuals. He is a partner at the Washington Global Law Group, a law firm dedicated to serving clients on a global basis. Based in the District of Columbia, Tom's practice focuses on contract disputes and business torts.
Widely recognized as an outstanding choice for those involved in these matters, Tom has been selected by clients and fellow lawyers as a top-rated attorney in both the District of Columbia and Virginia.
Previously, Tom was a senior associate at a leading international law firm. There, he focused on high-stakes commercial disputes, class actions, derivative actions, and cybersecurity litigation.
Before entering private practice, Tom clerked for Judge Michael Devine of the Fairfax Circuit Court and Judge Thomas Ludington of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
In law school, Tom was an articles editor for the George Mason Law Review. Before law school, Tom was a master captain in the merchant marines.
Coronavirus & Contracts (2020)
Virginia Contract Defenses (2019)
Law Review Articles
Appellate Review III — October Term 2012 and Counting (2015)*
Web 2.0 in the Federal Courts (2013)*
Appellate Review II — October Term 2011 (2013)*
Danforth v. Minnesota: Confrontation & Federalism (2009)
* Indicates co-authored work
George Mason, JD, 2010, magna cum laude
National Louis, BA, 2007, magna cum laude