Tom Vorbach has always been a curious person. When you talk with him, you quickly notice that Tom doesn’t like to talk about himself, and he works hard to get to know you with genuine interest and compassion. As a seasoned and trusted lawyer, Tom uses the same sense of inquisitiveness to learn about the work of his clients and the issues they face in their business endeavors.
Tom’s legal practice has evolved from a mix of taxation, real estate, and business transactions into more focused areas involving non-profit organizations, export/import assistance, complex planning for closely held entities, and foreign investment in the United States. Regarding the latter, he is closely following the latest regulations on foreign investment and the substantial ripple effect thereof.
In addition to his inquiring mind, clients enjoy working with Tom because of his broad legal knowledge and his willingness to bring others to the table to achieve the most effective client-focused solution. He brings real-life personal business experience to the discussions as an entrepreneur who has developed a 200 acre lake community and owned a retail wine shop. Tom knows what it’s like to be on the other side of a transaction.
Tom cares deeply for his colleagues and is an unofficial mentor and sounding board for younger attorneys within the firm. Working with Tom, either as his client or colleague, is never dull and though he shies away from talking about himself, you will often hear him talking about his latest travel adventure, currently his 2019 trips to Norway and Italy; spoiler alert, Patagonia remains his favorite. If you get the chance, sit down and talk with Tom. You won’t be disappointed.
1977-1994 Private Practice