Thomas J. Sengewalt Joins Firm’s Denver Office

Published: June 4, 2019

DENVER – Steptoe & Johnson PLLC is pleased to announce that Thomas J. Sengewalt has rejoined the firm’s Litigation Department.  His practice will focus on energy litigation and energy transactions from the firm’s Denver office.

Sengewalt rejoins the firm after serving as diversified business unit manager for CNX Resources Corporation.  In that role, he led multi-million dollar transactions including the sale of oil and gas assets and the stock sale of two subsidiary companies.  He also worked closely with in-house and external legal counsel on major transactions, assisting with due diligence review, document drafting, and issue resolution.

“We are thrilled to have Tom back with the firm,” said Steptoe & Johnson CEO Susan S. Brewer.  “His work in litigation and transactions helped some of the Appalachian region’s largest energy producers, and we know he will bring the same skill and passion to our clients in the Rockies.”

Sengewalt also worked in the legal department for CONSOL Energy, Inc., providing legal counsel in support of the company’s exploration and production operations.  He also mitigated potential litigation involving royalty disputes, lease terminations, and trespass allegations.

Sengewalt earned his law degree from Duquesne University School of Law and his bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University.  He is licensed in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and his practice in Colorado is temporarily authorized pending admission under C.R.C.P. 205.6.

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