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Thomas V. Daily practices in the areas of complex civil and criminal litigation, internal corporate and government investigations and white collar criminal defense. He represents both corporations and individuals in a wide variety of civil litigation, including business disputes, employment matters, shareholder litigation and insurance coverage, in court, arbitration and mediation. In criminal matters, Tom represents corporations and individuals in a variety of capacities, as targets of investigations, criminal defendants, grand jury and regulatory witnesses and business and individual victims of crimes. Tom also handles internal investigations for clients involving matters of statutory and regulatory compliance, and negotiation with regulators. He has represented clients in matters involving health care, larceny, embezzlement, securities and export law, and investigated by the U.S. Attorney's Office, the FBI, DEA, HHS, SEC, States Attorneys, DPH, State Police and other state and federal regulators. He also has conducted fact-finding investigations for both governmental and private entities in response to allegations of misconduct by organizations and their officers and employees.
Prior to joining Reid and Riege, Tom served for 12 years as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut. As a federal prosecutor Tom handled the prosecution of the broad spectrum of federal criminal matters; from murder and narcotic matters to complex white collar cases, from the investigative and grand jury stage through trial and appeal. From 2003 to 2007, he was a member of the U.S. Attorney’s Corporate Fraud Task Force, and prosecuted several mail and wire fraud, tax fraud, health care fraud and defense contractor fraud cases. From 1999 to 2002, Tom was a part of the team that investigated and prosecuted official corruption cases involving the former Connecticut State Treasurer. Tom was also the Project Safe Neighborhoods prosecutor for Hartford, prosecuting gun and violent crime as well as heading the U.S. Attorney’s Office community outreach efforts in combating violent crime in the capitol city. He also served from 1998 to 2007 as the U.S. Attorney’s representative in the DOJ Weed & Seed Program in the City of New Britain.
From 1995 to 1998, Tom was a Civil Assistant United States Attorney handling all litigation to which the United States was a party, including employment discrimination claims against federal agencies, medical malpractice cases against the VA and tort claims against other federal agencies, and affirmative civil enforcement actions relating to fraud against the United States.
Prior to joining the United States Attorney's Office, Tom was counsel with the Travelers, litigating complex environmental insurance coverage and extra-contractual damage cases across the United States.
- American Bar Association, Litigation and Criminal Justice Sections
- Connecticut Bar Association, Federal Practice and Criminal Law Sections
- Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Community Involvement and Other Pursuits
- Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters, Board of Trustees
- Mercy Housing and Shelter, Board of Directors
- Simsbury Little League, Volunteer
- Simsbury Soccer Club, Volunteer
- The Taft School, Class Agent