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Background Information

Employment History

Partner

Jones Day

Partner

Hogan & Hartson LLP

Member, Litigation Group

Hogan & Hartson LLP

Affiliations

Member
American Bar Association

Member
Association of the Bar of the City of New York

Member
Chicago Bar Association

Member
District of Columbia Bar

Education

B.A.

Kent State University

law degree with honors

University of Illinois

Web References (16 Total References)


Jones Day - Professionals - Tom Bayko

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Tom BaykoJones Day - Professionals - Tom Bayko

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Tom BaykoPartner
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Tom Bayko, described as a "litigator-of-choice for international conflicts" by The Houston Business Journal, is one of the Firm's senior litigation Partners.Tom has extensive trial and arbitration experience in a range of different matters.About Tom, Chambers USA: America's Leading Business Lawyers wrote: "Senior litigator Tom Bayko impresses clients with his 'good analysis, knowledge of the law and superior advocacy skills.' Peers praise his 'warrior-like approach to disputes.' Tom Bayko has a formidable reputation in trials and arbitrations.Clients value his 'excellent leadership skills.' Clients appreciate his responsive service and noted his 'vast credibility in court with both judges and juries.' Clients spoke highly of senior litigation partner Tom Bayko who is 'calm and compelling in his argument.' He excels in international litigation and arbitration matters in a range of energy-related matters including construction claims, tortious interference and trade secrets theft."About Tom, The Legal 500 wrote: "Operating 'a formidable international arbitration practice,' according to clients, Houston partner Tom Bayko is one of the big names on the team sheet.Certainly, as one of the practice's senior litigation partners, Bayko has worked for several of the firm's largest upstream clients on a range of matters in a myriad of countries, making use of what clients describe as his 'captivating oratory skills' and 'supreme credibility in international courts.'" Tom was selected as one of the top business litigators in the United States in the inaugural issue of Super Lawyers — Corporate Counsel Edition.Tom also has been selected repeatedly as a "Texas Super Lawyer" by a blue-ribbon panel of top Texas lawyers.
Tom's international litigation and arbitration experience includes successfully prosecuting and defending claims involving offshore blowouts, explosions, tortious interference with contractual and prospective contractual relationships, construction claims, production sharing agreements, joint operating agreements, participation agreements, area of mutual interest agreements, transportation agreements, take or pay agreements, theft of technology and other trade secrets, insurance coverage, and other commercial disputes.
Tom's career covers a wide range of matters, and he has tried cases or arbitrations under the applicable laws of Afghanistan, Belgium, China, Colombia, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Kuwait, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Panama, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkmenistan, most states within the U.S., Venezuela, and Yemen:
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In addition to his oil and gas work, Tom has successfully prosecuted and defended numerous lawsuits involving breach of contract; Deceptive Trade Practice Act; fraud and securities fraud; antitrust; insurance coverage; defamation; trade disparagement; personal injury and wrongful death; UCC articles 2, 3, 4, and 9; corporate takeover; shareholder derivative; trademark, copyright, and patent infringement; and covenant not to compete and employment-related matters.
Tom is featured in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Law.He is a featured speaker at CLE conferences on international arbitration and litigation, including "The Asian M&A Forum 2005" held in Hong Kong in 2005, "Cross Border Arbitration and Litigation of Disputes in the 'Oil Patch'" held in Bangkok in 2006, "Arbitrating and Litigating Against State-Owned Enterprises" held in Colorado in 2007, and "International Commercial Arbitration" to be held twice in New York City in 2008.He is admitted to practice before numerous U.S. courts and has authored or co-authored several articles.He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the District of Columbia Bar, the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and the Houston, Chicago, and American Bar Associations.


Law360, New York (April 28, 2009) ...

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Law360, New York (April 28, 2009) -- Hogan & Hartson LLP has wooed Tom Bayko, an international litigator who has represented most of the world's major energy companies, to its Houston office from Jones Day.

Bayko, who joined Hogan & Hartson as a partner Monday, focuses his practice on trial and arbitration work for energy and petrochemical sector clients....


Prominent International Litigator Joins Hogan & Hartson in Houston - News - Hogan & Hartson

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HOUSTON, April 27, 2009 - Hogan & Hartson LLP is pleased to announce that Tom Bayko will join the firm's litigation group in Houston as a partner. Bayko, described as a "litigator-of-choice for international conflicts" by The Houston Business Journal, will focus his practice on international litigation and arbitration.

Although best known for his trial and arbitration work in the energy sector, Bayko has extensive experience in a range of matters, including matters involving commodities, futures and derivatives trading, antitrust, securities, fraud, insurance coverage, intellectual property, employment-related matters, tortious interference with contractual and prospective contractual relationships, construction claims, production sharing agreements, joint operating agreements, take or pay agreements, theft of technology and other trade secrets, and offshore blowouts and explosions.
His clients include multinational companies in various industries, including oil and gas, chemical, rail, and construction. He has tried cases before courts in multiple jurisdictions and has tried cases and arbitrations under the applicable laws of 31 countries, including Afghanistan, China, England, Germany, Iraq, Kuwait, Mexico, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, and Venezuela, among many others.
Commenting on his arrival to the firm, Bayko said: "The respect that I have for the talented team at Hogan & Hartson made my choice an easy one.
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"Tom has built an exceptional reputation as an accomplished litigator, and we look forward to working with him to further expand the practice both here in Houston and globally."
Prior to joining Hogan & Hartson, Bayko was a partner with Jones Day in Houston.
Bayko is a frequent speaker on issues related to arbitration and litigation, and has authored many articles on the same subjects. He received his law degree with honors from the University of Illinois and his B.A. from Kent State University.


HOUSTON, April 27, 2009 â€" Hogan ...

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HOUSTON, April 27, 2009 â€" Hogan & Hartson LLP is pleased to announce that Tom Bayko will join the firm’s litigation group in Houston as a partner. Bayko, described as a "litigator-of-choice for international conflicts" by The Houston Business Journal, will focus his practice on international litigation and arbitration.

Although best known for his trial and arbitration work in the energy sector, Bayko has extensive experience in a range of matters, including matters involving commodities, futures and derivatives trading, antitrust, securities, fraud, insurance coverage, intellectual property, employment-related matters, tortious interference with contractual and prospective contractual relationships, construction claims, production sharing agreements, joint operating agreements, take or pay agreements, theft of technology and other trade secrets, and offshore blowouts and explosions.
His clients include multinational companies in various industries, including oil and gas, chemical, rail, and construction. He has tried cases before courts in multiple jurisdictions and has tried cases and arbitrations under the applicable laws of 31 countries, including Afghanistan, China, England, Germany, Iraq, Kuwait, Mexico, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, and Venezuela, among many others.
Commenting on his arrival to the firm, Bayko said: "The respect that I have for the talented team at Hogan & Hartson made my choice an easy one.
...
"Tom has built an exceptional reputation as an accomplished litigator, and we look forward to working with him to further expand the practice both here in Houston and globally."
Prior to joining Hogan & Hartson, Bayko was a partner with Jones Day in Houston.
Bayko is a frequent speaker on issues related to arbitration and litigation, and has authored many articles on the same subjects. He received his law degree with honors from the University of Illinois and his B.A. from Kent State University.


Tom BaykoJones ...

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Tom BaykoJones Day - Professionals - Tom Bayko

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Tom BaykoPartner
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Tom Bayko is one of the Firm's senior litigation Partners; he has extensive trial and arbitration experience in a range of different matters.About Tom, Chambers USA: America's Leading Business Lawyers wrote: "Tom Bayko has a formidable reputation in trials and arbitrations.Clients value his 'excellent leadership skills.' Clients appreciate his responsive service and noted his 'vast credibility in court with both judges and juries.' Clients spoke highly of senior litigation partner Tom Bayko who is 'calm and compelling in his argument.' He excels in international litigation and arbitration matters in a range of energy-related matters including construction claims, tortious interference and trade secrets theft."Tom also has been selected as a "Texas Super Lawyer" by a blue-ribbon panel of top Texas lawyers.Tom also was described as a "litigator-of-choice for international conflicts" by The Houston Business Journal.
Tom's international litigation and arbitration experience includes successfully prosecuting and defending claims involving offshore blowouts, tortious interference with contractual and prospective contractual relationships, construction claims, production sharing agreements, joint operating agreements, participation agreements, area of mutual interest agreements, transportation agreements, take or pay agreements, theft of technology and other trade secrets, insurance coverage, and other commercial disputes.
Tom's career covers a wide range of matters, and he has tried cases or arbitrations under the applicable laws of Afghanistan, Belgium, China, Colombia, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Italy, Iraq, Kuwait, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Panama, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkmenistan, most states within the U.S., Venezuela, and Yemen:
...
In addition to his oil and gas work, Tom has successfully prosecuted and defended numerous lawsuits involving breach of contract; Deceptive Trade Practice Act; fraud and securities fraud; antitrust; insurance coverage; defamation; trade disparagement; personal injury and wrongful death; UCC articles 2, 3, 4, and 9; corporate takeover; shareholder derivative; trademark, copyright, and patent infringement; and covenant not to compete and employment-related matters.
Tom is featured in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Law.He is a featured speaker at conferences on international litigation and arbitration, including "The Asian M&A Forum 2005" held in Hong Kong and a conference on "Cross Border Arbitration and Litigation of Disputes in the 'Oil Patch'" held in Bangkok in 2006.He is admitted to practice before numerous U.S. courts and has authored or co-authored several articles.He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the District of Columbia Bar, the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and the Houston, Chicago, and American Bar Associations.

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