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Thomas More Buckley Named 2024 North Carolina Super Lawyer


Thomas More Buckley Named 2024 North Carolina Super Lawyer

January 16, 2024
Thomas More Buckley

Goldberg Segalla is pleased to announce that partner Thomas More Buckley of the firm’s Raleigh office has been named a 2024 North Carolina Super Lawyer. This marks the 14th time Thomas has received this honor since 2010.

Tom serves as vice chair of the firm’s Construction Litigation and Counsel practice. He represents businesses in complex commercial litigation matters, including construction defect, construction injury and death, and the defense of professional liability and licensing board actions faced by architects, engineers, real estate brokers, dental practitioners, pharmacists, and other professionals.

His practice also entails defending clients against catastrophic personal injury and death claims, unfair trade practice claims, and a wide variety of business and contractual disputes, including employment discrimination, wrongful termination, and disputes related to business dissolution.

With an intimate understanding of business operations across numerous industries backed by decades of complex litigation experience, Tom also acts as a trusted legal counselor to a wide variety of businesses and professional practitioners, advising on matters such as LLC and corporate formation, contract preparation and negotiation, and the creation of safety programs and employee handbooks. Tom has been certified as a mediator by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Committee.

Thomson Reuters publishes Super Lawyers, the annual compendium of outstanding lawyers who meet stringent requirements for professional achievement and who have attained a high degree of peer recognition.


Tom is actively involved in professional organizations such as the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC), the American Association Safety Professionals (ASSP), and the North Carolina Public Risk Management Association (NC PRIMA), among others. He also currently serves as counsel to the Board of the Metals Center Services Institute’s Southeast Chapter. Widely recognized among colleagues and industry leaders locally, regionally, and nationally, Tom’s honors include an AV Preeminent Martindale-Hubbell rating, as well as regular placement on lists such as The Best Lawyers in America, North Carolina Super Lawyers, and the Business North Carolina Legal Elite.