Tom Johnson, a partner in the firm's Litigation practice, has led clients through a variety of complex business disputes, including securities, corporate governance, antitrust and business tort litigation. He regularly represents clients in state and federal courts, at both the trial and appellate levels, as well as in private arbitrations. Tom assists clients in responding to government inquiries and by conducting internal investigations involving allegations of financial fraud and deficient internal controls. He also advises clients on matters involving purchase price adjustment clauses.
Tom also assists clients with distinctly international issues, including the enforcement of international arbitration awards.
Tom has also litigated a number of high-profile pro bono cases, including a federal challenge to an inmate’s captivity at Guantanamo Bay and the recent court case striking down the State of Oregon’s ban on same-sex marriage. He also litigated the 2001 trial in Oregon to settle redistricting issues following the 2000 Census.