Thomas P. Rohman Partner

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Tom represents and advises private businesses and their owners on matters relating to acquisitions, sales, joint ventures, recapitalizations, restructurings, private equity transactions, and reorganizations, federal and state income tax controversies, and general tax and business planning and consulting.

He devotes a substantial portion of his practice to complicated corporate and partnership tax matters relating to mergers, acquisitions, investments, real estate and strategic alliances, as well as federal and state tax issues and practical solutions related to transactions and restructurings involving corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies.

Tom is co-author of a national treatise on the federal taxation of S corporations published by Thomson West, and he is nationally recognized for his extensive experience with S corporations. He is a retired adjunct professor at the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond, where for thirty years he taught courses on the taxation of partnerships, limited liability companies, and joint ventures as well as the taxation of corporations. He is also a member of the Advisory Committee of each of The University of Virginia Conference on Federal Taxation and The College of William and Mary Tax Conference.

Tom is a fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel. He is AV Preeminent rated on Martindale-Hubbell, and has been named among The Best Lawyers in America in Tax Law, Virginia Super Lawyers (Tax), and Virginia Business Magazine’s “Legal Elite.”

Tom joined the firm in 1983 and served for many years on the firm’s Board of Partners, recruiting committee, and finance committee.  He also served as chair of the firm’s Tax and Employee Benefits Department. He is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Feed More, Inc. (Central Virginia Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, and the Community Kitchen). He is a former member of the Board of Trustees of the Virginia Commonwealth University Foundation and a member of the Advisory Board of the Memorial Foundation for Children. Tom also serves as a director of Atlantic Union Bank, a public bank holding company, as well as three other national private companies.


  • Represented owners of several leading paper converting facilities in connection with sales to both private equity investors and strategic purchasers.
  • Represented owners of several Mid-Atlantic retail convenience store chains in a part-sales, part-joint ventures with both private equity investors and strategic purchasers.
  • Represented owner of a prominent, regional retail grocery chain in its asset sale to a publicly-held international retail grocery company.
  • Represented owners of a federal savings bank in a merger with a publicly-held bank holding company.
  • Represented owner of a hardwood logs, lumber, and flooring supply company in its asset sale to a private equity investor.
  • Represented owner of a Virginia trucking company in connection with the sale of its entire trucking operation to a publicly-held trucking company.
  • Represented owners of a specialty anatomic pathology laboratory in connection with sale to a private equity investor.
  • Represented owners of a company in connection with the sale of its comprehensive HVAC installation, service, maintenance, repair, and system replacement business to a publicly held company.