FisherBroyles, LLP, the first and world’s largest cloud-based law firm partnership, is pleased to announce the addition of Thomas Walker as a litigation partner in the firm’s Atlanta office.

“We are very pleased to welcome Thomas to FisherBroyles’ Atlanta office,” said FisherBroyles’ General Counsel and Managing Partner of Litigation Joel M. Ferdinand. “Thomas has 20 years of diverse litigation and bankruptcy experience and is a great addition to our deep bench of litigators across FisherBroyles’ 21 offices throughout the country.”

Mr. Walker said, “I am thrilled to join FisherBroyles and provide my clients with services supported by the the firm’s cloud-based partnership model and my talented partners with Big Law experience.”

Mr. Walker focuses his practice on representing creditor and debtor clients in bankruptcy, pre-bankruptcy workouts, real estate foreclosures, dispositions of collateral under the Uniform Commercial Code, and all related litigation. His creditor representations include lending institutions, utility companies, real estate companies, and other secured and unsecured lenders. His debtor representations include a major health care company, a supermarket chain, and the largest auto-hauling company in North America. In addition, Mr. Walker represents purchasers of assets and businesses on matters both inside and outside the bankruptcy process, as well as other clients in general commercial litigation, with a primary focus on lending litigation, collections and similar matters.

Prior to joining FisherBroyles, Mr. Walker was a partner with McGuireWoods LLP in Atlanta.

Mr. Walker received his J.D. (cum laude) from Tulane Law School and his Bachelor of Arts from The George Washington University.


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