Areas of Practice

Law Office of

Thomas T. McCormick

Business and Real Estate

The firm has substantial experience in providing result-oriented cost-effective representation in all types of civil litigation from investigating a claim, producing pleadings and discovery, mediation, arbitration and trial. We have handled matters ­from straightforward business and real estate disputes to complex commercial litigation. Mr. McCormick has completed many jury and non-trials on complicated securities, business, real estate and construction matters.

Real Estate

Mr. McCormick’s experiences from being Coldwell Banker Corporate Counsel and a member of the Orinda City Council allow his firm to provide a complete range of services involving real property. The firm has represented sellers, buyers, developers, lenders, contractors and real estate agents in the real estate industry with regard to sales, leases, construction defects, land use and other complex matters.

Construction Law

Mr. McCormick has represented contractors, lenders, developers, and owners involving transactions and litigation with respect to construction matters, bidding disputes, mechanics’ liens, stop notices, licensing issues, and construction defects.

Corporate Formation, Structuring and Finance

Mr. McCormick has strategized and helped structure many types of businesses and advised on various aspects of corporate finance. His experience includes regulatory compliance, Regulation D Offerings, and creative financing transactions.

Mr. McCormick has extensive experience in advising entrepreneurs, investors and businesses with respect to the negotiation and documentation of corporate transactions. Mr. McCormick is an entrepreneur and has successfully started and operated companies.

Mergers and Aquisitions

Mr. McCormick’s experiences as an entrepreneur, and in representing entrepreneurs and larger corporations provides the background for giving practical advice to clients on acquisitions, mergers and buy-out activities. Mr. McCormick has helped clients with solicited and unsolicited acquisition offers, proxy contests, structured buy-outs, and arranged private financing.