Tom Gartner represents clients in a wide range of commercial and residential real estate matters throughout Maryland and Virginia. This includes both transactional work as well as litigation when necessary. Maintaining a client-centric approach to his practice is key to his success both inside and outside of the courtroom, and clients appreciate that he is always available to answer their questions and help them understand their legal options.
In his landlord-tenant practice, Tom advises his clients in a variety of areas including housing discrimination, premises liability and property contamination. He frequently appears in court to litigate disputes arising from common area maintenance charges, defaults in rental payments and other types of lease violations.
Prior to joining Shulman Rogers, Tom represented creditors throughout Maryland and Virginia state and federal courts in a variety of matters ranging from foreclosure, evictions, bankruptcy, debt collection, title curative litigation and regulatory matters.
Tom earned his B.A. from Oakland University, and M.B.A. and J.D. from Case Western Reserve University. He is licensed to practice law in Maryland, Virginia and all state and federal courts in both jurisdictions.
When not in the office or court, Tom enjoys traveling, golf and spending time with his children.