Thomas A. Janczewski is a highly accomplished attorney with a diverse background of legal experience. Tom attended George Washington University Law School, where he graduated with highest honors in 2005. After law school, Tom clerked for Judge George Miller at the United States Court of Federal Claims, gaining valuable experience and insight into the inner workings of the federal court system.
Following his clerkship, Tom spent 12 years as a litigator at a national law firm based in Milwaukee, where he honed his litigation skill, gaining a reputation as a talented and dedicated attorney. Tom’s practice with a focus on public contract and commercial contract disputes including matters arising under Articles 2,4, and 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. Tom also assisted contractors with compliance including prevailing wage; Federal Acquisition Regulation; security clearances; and SBA regulations.
Tom then worked as an in-house lawyer for an international fitness brand, assisting with global supply chain and privacy issues, among other responsibilities. Tom’s tenure as in-house counsel coincided with the global COVID pandemic, which required creative thinking and problem-solving to assist the company in navigating a series of “black swan” events.
Returning to private practice, Tom’s practice includes a combination of corporate transactional work and litigation.
Tom currently lives in the Story Hill neighborhood with his wife, two teenaged sons, and their bulldog, Maybellene.
Prevailed in a bid protest of a $20 million/year contract award for home delivery of medical supplies to Badger Care patients.
Successfully defended a federal contractor from U.S. General Services Administration claims relating to a diesel fuel spill at a large federal office building in Washington, D.C.
Successfully defended a federal contractor in debarment proceedings before the U.S. Department of the Army.