Thomas Repczynski is an Estates and Trust litigator, business litigation lawyer, and Principal with Offit Kurman’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice Group. Thomas’s practice emphasizes fiduciary disputes, creditors’ rights enforcement, business disputes and real estate related matters of all types.
Thomas represents an array of lenders, businesses, and individual clients from across the country in federal, bankruptcy, and state courts as well as ADR and administrative proceedings reflecting a broad range of primarily inheritance related disputes and general business contract and tort issues.
Tom’s bankruptcy-related experience has most recently emphasized non-debtor spouse priority claim matters, commercial landlord and Chapter 7 panel trustee representation, and includes nearly 20 years of preference claims defense, and other secured, unsecured, and priority creditor representation in Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings with both local and national implications.
Prior to receiving his law degree, Tom served the Office of the Independent Counsel (Starr) as Law Clerk and interned at both the Department of Justice and for the Honorable Christine Odell Cook Miller, U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Before law school, Tom worked as the Staff Aide to the President of the National Insurance Crime Bureau and its predecessor, the Insurance Crime Prevention Institute.
- A.B., Dartmouth College, 1991
- J.D., George Mason University School of Law, 1996
- Virginia – State, Federal District, and Bankruptcy (Eastern, Western)
- Maryland – State, Federal District, and Bankruptcy
- District of Columbia – Federal District and Bankruptcy
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
- President, Fairfax Bar Association
- Chairman, South Fairfax Chamber of Commerce
- Committee Member, BSA Troop 688
- Umpire, WSLL/Virginia Umpire’s Assn.
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