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Bankruptcy Attorney Thomas Walsh Joins Marshall Dennehey in Wilmington

January 29, 2015

Marshall Dennehey is pleased to announce that Thomas D. Walsh has joined the firm's Wilmington office as Special Counsel. A member of the firm's Professional Liability Department, Mr. Walsh focuses his practice in the areas of bankruptcy, commercial litigation, errors & omissions, and construction litigation.

Mr. Walsh previously served as Assistant General Counsel for a Fortune 500 utility company based in Newark, where he handled litigation throughout Delaware and southern New Jersey. Prior to this position, he was in private practice at two regional law firms, where he focused the bulk of his practice on bankruptcy litigation matters. In this capacity, he represented corporate and individual creditors and statutory committees in major Chapter 11 reorganization cases. He has successfully tried dozens of commercial bankruptcy cases in Bankruptcy Court and litigated in virtually every  Delaware state and federal court, as well as multiple New Jersey state courts.

He is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and American Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Walsh is additionally a member of the Carpenter-Walsh Delaware Pro Bono American Inn of Court, of which his father was a co-founder. Dedicated to charitable and community-oriented causes, he is a past recipient of the Delaware Volunteer Legal Services' Pro Bono Service Award. Mr. Walsh is a graduate of the University of Delaware and Widener University School of Law.

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