Thomas Biron is a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy. Since its inception, Chambers USA has ranked Thomas as a leading individual in bankruptcy law, and has praised him for his "innovative approach," noting that clients appreciate his "good judgement" and "very strategic" nature. Clients have also described him as "one of the most highly respected practitioners around" and praised him as "a top choice for sophisticated matters." Sources note his "masterful way of sizing up a situation and proposing solutions" and that his "exceptional skills in complex restructuring and bankruptcy litigation have earned him a high profile in the state and beyond." He has received the highest possible rating from Martindale-Hubbell, and has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America© since 1991 for Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law and Litigation.
Thomas’ broad range of experience includes:
- investigations and related litigation
- debt and equity restructurings and inter-class negotiations
- loan syndication, participation and restructuring
- lender liability prevention and defense
- real estate and public debt transactions
- leveraged mergers and acquisitions
- mass toxic tort problems and successor liability issues
- structured finance and asset securitization transactions
- alternative dispute and conflict resolution
Thomas frequently lectures and writes on issues involving corporate reorganization and restructuring, and is a past subcommittee and task force chair in the Business Bankruptcy Committee of the ABA's Business Law Section. He is a past chair of the Third Circuit Education Committee of the American College of Bankruptcy, and currently serves on the Third Cicuit Admissions Council.