With more than two decades of legal experience, most recently as General Counsel of operations at the Dalio Family Office and before then as Senior Counsel at Vulcan, Inc., Tom serves as a trusted advisor to leadership teams, boards of directors, investors and family offices. READ MORE
Tom provides counsel on corporate matters including mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, investments, family office operations, regulatory compliance, nonprofit operations and philanthropic initiatives.
He has considerable experience structuring and negotiating complex domestic, cross-border and international agreements, including strategic multimillion-dollar contracts involving real estate and construction, consumer products and technology, vessels and aircrafts, business acquisitions, and many other endeavors.
Tom also has extensive experience as a litigator, having successfully tried complex commercial disputes to verdict and successfully managed high stakes domestic and international litigation for major corporations and high net worth individuals. In addition, Tom was legal counsel to Human Resources at Vulcan Inc. for almost a decade and has considerable experience in labor and employment law, including regulatory compliance, dispute resolution and employment litigation.
Dalio Family Office (DFO), General Counsel — Operations (2017-2018)
Vulcan Inc., Senior Counsel (2007-2017)
University of Washington School of Business, Adjunct Professor of Business Law
Williams Kastner PLLC, Senior Attorney (2004-2007)
Perkins Coie LLP, Attorney (2000-2004)
Seattle University School of Law, Professor of Legal Writing (1998-2000)
Washington State Supreme Court
Secretary, Friends of Flying Heritage
Member, Washington State Bar Association
Youth Coach, Little League Baseball, Soccer and Ice Hockey
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