Thomas W. Murrell III


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  • University of Virginia School of Law, JD, 1974
  • Yale University, BA, cum laude, departmentAl honors, 1971
  • North Carolina

Member, North Carolina Bar Association

Member, Mecklenburg County Bar Assocation

Final Scholars Selection Committee, 2012; Treasurer, 2002-2012, Ransome Scholarship Trust

With more than 35 years handling civil litigation matters, Tom’s experience includes a broad range of banking/securities, commercial, healthcare, estate and personal litigation matters.

His financial services litigation experience includes lender representation in connection with ongoing nationwide mortgage litigation, real estate financing disputes, lease portfolios, letter of credit disputes, interest rate swaps, forged endorsements, and secured financings.

He has broad experience litigating commercial disputes, including manufacturing alliance agreements, acquisition agreements, printing agreements, finder’s fee, sale/leaseback and marketing contract matters, as well as environmental litigation.

In the healthcare arena, he has experience with provider compliance plans, billing investigations, False Claims Act cases, managed care agreements, physician practice agreements, shareholder redemption agreements, DME consulting contracts, nursing home licensure, enforcement, reimbursement and admission agreement matters.

For estate/personal litigation clients, he has handled actions regarding asset recovery, pre and post nuptial agreements, as well as fiduciary and charitable pledge litigation.

Thomas W Murrell III
T: +1 704 343 2205F: +1 704 444 8758201 North Tryon Street
Suite 3000
Charlotte, NC 28202-2146

Representation of lenders in defense of nationwide residential mortgage litigation.

Representation of bank in defense of claims arising out of alleged real estate financing/land purchase fraud.

Representation of bank and leasing company in class action and attorney general investigations arising out of equipment leasing portfolios.

Representation of bank in interest rate swap transaction incident to aircraft loan transaction.

Representation of healthcare providers in reimbursement litigation, including defense of federal litigation brought under the False Claims Act.