Tom chairs the firm's Corporate, Securities and Finance Practice Group; is a member of the firm's Policy Committee; and chairs the firm's Compensation Committee. His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and securities transactions, intellectual property, licensing and technology transfers, and general corporate work including advising corporations with respect to matters of corporate governance.

Tom works with a variety of national businesses, such as communications and media enterprises, manufacturers and distributors, health care providers, and a public authority, serving as their general outside counsel.

    • Education

      • J.D., Georgetown University, 1992
      • A.B., Duke University, 1989

      Professional Recognition

      • Recognized as a leading Corporate/M&A lawyer in the 2005-2016 editions of Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business
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    • Memberships

      • Virginia State Bar
      • Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association
      • American Bar Association
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      Leadership

      • Horizons Hampton Roads, Advisory Board
      • CIVIC Leadership Institute: Class of 2007
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
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Experience

  • Lead counsel to Dominion Enterprises in the sale of Dominion Web Solutions (n/k/a Trader Interactive) to Open Road Holdings, a company owned jointly by Eurazeo and Goldman Sachs.
  • Lead counsel to Dominion Enterprises in the sale of Dominion Marine Media to Apax Partners.
  • Lead counsel to Landmark Communications, Inc. in the spin off of its non-weather businesses and the subsequent sale of The Weather Channel companies to a consortium consisting of NBC Universal, Blackstone Group, LP and Bain Capital, LLC. 
  • Lead counsel to controlling shareholder in the sale of Swimways to Spin Master.
  • Lead counsel to Landmark Media Enterprises, LLC in the sale of KLAS-TV Las Vegas to Nexstar Broadcasting.
  • Lead counsel to Landmark Media Enterprises, LLC in the sale of WTVF-Nashville to Journal Communications.
  • Lead M&A counsel to Metro Machine Corp., an ESOP-owned company, in its sale to General Dynamics Corporation. 
  • Lead counsel for division and reorganization of national media company with more than $1 billion in revenue. 
  • Represented privately-held national media and publishing companies in numerous acquisitions and dispositions ranging in size from less than $20 million to more than $1 billion, including the sales of Greensboro News & Record, The Roanoke Times, and the Capital Gazette
  • Serves as general counsel to the Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission. 
  • Represented majority stockholder of publishing enterprise in tax-free split-off.
  • Represented private company issuer in multi-million dollar self-tender offer. 
  • Represented strategic investor in multimillion dollar PIPE transaction and subsequent "going private" transaction with NASDAQ issuer. 
  • Represented publicly-traded national health care organization in numerous acquisitions and provider partnerships. 
  • Represented strategic partners in complex LLC and partnership joint ventures involving the formation of national media (print and electronic) and telecommunications enterprises. 
  • Represented issuer (including real estate developer) and investors in Regulation D private placements. 
  • Represented venture capital firms and angels in numerous private placements. 
  • Represented clients with respect to complex commercial contracts.

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