With extensive experience representing clients in the areas of business litigation and bankruptcy, Mr. Vangel's litigation practice includes commercial, franchise, automotive, banking, director and officer liability, landlord/tenant, and non-compete litigation. In his bankruptcy practice, Mr. Vangel is devoted to the representation of Chapter 7 and 11 Trustees, secured and unsecured creditors, landlords and creditors' committees. He also frequently represents corporate clients in defending complex preference claims and other litigation brought by bankruptcy estate representatives. Mr. Vangel has significant trial experience in the state and federal courts in Massachusetts.
Mr. Vangel has lectured to various groups including the National Association of Credit Management, American Bankruptcy Institute, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education and the MIT Center for Real Estate. He is a former member of the adjunct faculty at New England School of Law and a former Managing Editor of the New England Law Review.
Mr. Vangel served as a member of the firm's Executive Committee from 2007 through 2012, is a former chair of the firm's Business Litigation Practice Group, and currently serves as chair of the firm's Diversity Committee. He served as partner in charge of the Boston office from 2000-2003.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Thomas S. Vangel