Tom Watson is a member of both the Business Services Group and the Trial Services Group, concentrating his practice in the areas of business law, civil litigation and real estate. His business practice includes business start-ups, acquisitions, finance, employment agreements, and general corporate and commercial transactions. Tom’s transactional work also includes representing buyers, sellers, developers and financial institutions in the purchase, sale, financing, leasing and development of real estate.
Tom’s litigation practice includes representing individuals in personal injury and marital litigation and individuals and companies in a wide range of commercial disputes including contract disputes, employment matters, construction, real estate and other business disputes.
In addition, Tom has training and extensive experience serving as a mediator assisting businesses and individuals and their counsel in resolving differences prior to or during litigation.
Among the many awards and accolades Tom has received over the years, the most recent is his selection as a Star in civil litigation in Benchmark Plaintiff Guide 2013, the definitive guide to America’s leading plaintiff attorneys.
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