Willcox Savage is pleased to announce that Thomas C. Inglima has been elected to serve as Managing Partner effective July 1, 2021.

Tom joined Willcox Savage over 25 years ago, and has been a partner since 1999. He has been a member of the firm's management committee for 20 years. Tom has also served as chair of the firm’s Compensation Committee and its Corporate, Securities and Finance practice group.

Tom’s corporate practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions and general corporate work, including advising corporations with respect to matters of corporate governance. He works with a variety of national and regional businesses, serving as their general outside counsel.

Tom succeeds Robert L. Dewey, who has served as the firm’s Managing Partner for over 20 years. Tom lauded Rob’s tenure: “Rob has been a tremendous role model – his conscientious and fair leadership style has helped the firm thrive and continue to attract and retain an outstanding and diverse group of attorneys and staff. People make the difference, and his efforts have prepared the firm well for the next 20 years.” Rob is stepping down as Managing Partner, but will remain an active partner in the firm – continuing to serve as a senior partner in the firm’s commercial real estate practice, and he will also continue to serve on the firm’s management committee. 

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