Thomas Tysowsky

Thomas Tysowsky

 

Tom is a member of the North America Litigation & Government Enforcement Practice Group in Baker McKenzie's Los Angeles office. He joined the Firm in 2019 upon graduating from Vanderbilt Law School. Previously, he spent his summers at law school as a law clerk with the Firm’s offices in Houston in 2017 and San Francisco in 2018. Before law school, Tom was a Division I athlete, worked in client relations for a wealth management firm in Malaysia, and coached professional ice hockey in Norway.

 

Tom focuses his practice on class actions, state and federal commercial litigation, and arbitration. At Vanderbilt, his studies focused on complex litigation in particular. He has defended class actions for a range of clients during his time at the Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Houston offices. He has represented domestic and multinational corporations involved in nearly all aspects of litigation and advises clients in all litigation phases. Tom’s diverse experiences provide him with the background knowledge that he brings to the benefit of his clients.

 




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Articles and Video:

District Court Confirms Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Award, Denying Arguments that Tribunal was Not Impartial and Enforcement was Contrary to U.S. Public Policy (02/11/21)
In Pao Tatneft v. Ukraine, the Petitioner initiated arbitration against the Ukrainian government regarding the parties’ joint ownership of a company alleging that Ukraine had violated a Russia-Ukraine BIT by failing to grant legal protection to and allowing discrimination against, investors from Russia.