Gentry Locke Partner Tom Bondurant Inducted as Fellow of the Virginia Law Foundation

The Virginia Law Foundation has inducted Gentry Locke Partner Thomas J. Bondurant, Jr. into its 2015 Class of Fellows on January 22, 2015.

Induction as a Fellow of the Virginia Law Foundation is a special honor conferred by the VLF Board on selected Virginia attorneys, law professors, and retired members of the judiciary who are deemed to be outstanding in their profession and in their community. Tom Bondurant receives VLF Fellowship Award 2015

Tom Bondurant is Chair of Gentry Locke’s Criminal & Government Investigations group. While serving as a Federal Prosecutor for 30 years, Tom tried more than 200 criminal jury trials, many involving complex matters including white collar fraud, tax issues, public corruption, healthcare fraud, regulatory matters and racketeering. Additionally, Tom holds Top Secret clearance with the USAO, which is helpful for matters at the federal level. At Gentry Locke, Tom represents corporations and individuals in all phases of the criminal process and conducts corporate internal investigations. Tom is admitted to practice in Virginia and the District of Columbia, and is also a Fellow with the American College of Trial Lawyers. Tom is consistently noted among the Best Lawyers in America for Corporate Compliance Law and White Collar Criminal Defense. He also is regularly recognized as a Virginia Super Lawyer in the areas of Criminal Defense and White Collar Crime.

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