Tom Lambert

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Metro CEO Tom Lambert gets pay bump to nearly $370,000

It would be a wasteful way to spend his salary, but Metro CEO Tom Lambert can afford to take 5,684 bus trips each week, starting in 2022. Metropolitan Transit Authority board members on Thursday approved increasing Lambert’s annual salary to $369,495 — a 7 percent increase in pay.
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Tom Lambert

Clients looking for high-quality solutions to their litigation challenges are represented by Tom Lambert, who regularly assists them in reaching resolution of their litigation matters through zealous courtroom advocacy. Tom has a wide range of experience in representing individuals and businesses in both state and federal court, as well as probate court. He represents clients in all phases of litigation in multiple practice areas, including commercial litigation, insurance coverage disputes, complex personal injury, probate disputes and construction litigation. Tom has successfully defended numerous cases to their conclusion, regularly resolving cases through dispositive motion practice, settlement negotiation and mediation, arbitration, and trial. Tom has also dedicated himself to the practice of law, both within the firm and in the Fairfield County area, where he was born and raised. Since 2019, he has served as the chair of the Civil Litigation Committee of the Fairfield County Bar Association and was elected to its Board of Directors in 2020, as well as the Connecticut Defense Lawyers Association’s Board of Directors in 2021. Tom is a 2021 Presidential Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Association. He maintains an active pro bono practice and is committed to public service as a candidate for Fairfield’s Representative Town Meeting.
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Tom Lambert wins re-election for Dunwoody’s District 3

Tom Lambert will once again serve as the District 3 council member for the Dunwoody City Council, according to unofficial election results. Lambert won about 68% of the votes compared to challenger Brian Sims, who won 31.38%. These results are still unofficial, and DeKalb County has not announced when they will be certified.  Lambert previously […] The post Tom Lambert wins re-election for Dunwoody’s District 3 appeared first on Reporter Newspapers & Atlanta Intown.
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