Thomas L. Shriner, Jr. is a partner with Foley & Lardner LLP. Mr. Shriner concentrates his practice in commercial and public law litigation and has an extensive appellate practice in both state and federal courts. He also has substantial experience in the bankruptcy courts and regularly speaks on creditor-debtor law subjects. Mr. Shriner is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Appellate, and Bankruptcy & Business Reorganizations Practices.
Mr. Shriner has litigated disputes over business acquisitions and shareholder disputes. He represents banks in lender liability and loan participation cases. He has litigated trade secrets and agreements not to compete; pension, insurance, and dealership disputes; real estate and water rights cases; and a variety of claims under the UCC (including sales, bank deposits, secured transactions, and letters of credit). Mr. Shriner’s public law experience includes defendants' and plaintiffs' cases under the major civil rights statutes, including defending large class actions, and several plaintiffs’ cases under the Fair Housing Act.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Thomas L. Shriner, Jr.