Helping businesses reach their potential for more than 30 years
Running a business is hard work. Whether you are an entrepreneur starting your own business or an established company expanding your market, you need experienced counsel to assist you in making crucial legal decisions. Thomas N. Swift II applies his more than 30 years of experience to helping businesses prosper and succeed. He can help you with important legal issues, including: Contracts Construction law Commercial real estate Administrative proceedings Appeals Arbitration Business dissolutions Buying and selling of businesses Commercial litigation Corporate law Creditors
2345 South Alma School Road
Mesa AZ 85210
Your company requires thorough, precise legal representation. When you retain Thomas N. Swift II, P.C., you receive the level of knowledgeable, professional service you deserve and expect from your lawyer.
Practice Areas: -Contracts -Construction Law -Commercial Real Estate -Administrative Proceedings -Appeals -Arbitration -Business Dissolutions -Buying and Selling of Businesses -Commercial Litigation -Corporate Law -Creditors' Rights -Limited Liability Companies
-Buying and selling of businesses
-Limited liability companies
-1987, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
-DePauw University, B.A.
-Arizona State University, J.D.
-Maricopa County Association
-American Bar Association
-State Bar of Arizona
-Real estate section
-Business law section
-Judge Pro Tempore, Maricopa County Superior Court
-Fellow, Arizona Bar Foundation
Indianapolis, Indiana, June 25, 1956
-Biddulph vs. Biddulph, 147 Ariz. 571, 711 P.2d 1244 (App. 1985)
-Hill vs. Jones, 151 Ariz. 81, 725 P.2d 1115 (App. 1986)
-Retzke v. Larson, 166 Ariz. 446, 803 P.2d 439 (App. 1990)
-A. R. Teeters & Associates, Inc. vs. Eastman Kodak Company, 172 Ariz. 324, 836 P.2d 1034 (App. 1992)
Thomas N. Swift II was born in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1956. He was admitted to the bar in Arizona in 1980. He started his practice with the Tempe firm of Knollmiller, Herrick & Brown, which later moved to Mesa and was known as Brown & Herrick. Mr. Swift was a partner in Brown & Herrick and headed its litigation department. In 1992, he founded Thomas N. Swift II, P.C.
Mr. Swift serves as a Judge Pro Tempore for the Maricopa County Superior Court.
Mr. Swift is a member of the East Valley Bar Association, the Maricopa County Bar Association, the American Bar Association (Member, Forum on Construction Industry; Committee on LLCs, Partnerships and Unincorporated Business Entities), and the State Bar of Arizona (Member, Sections on: Real Estate, Construction Law, and Business Law). Additionally, he holds an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell , an honor bestowed on those attorneys who have earned an exemplary reputation in the legal community.
Mr. Swift enjoys hiking, running and reading.
Arizona State University
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