Thomas C. Marconi Of Counsel
Thomas C. Marconi, Esquire, a Delaware native, formed Losco & Marconi, P.A. with Daniel R. Losco, Esquire in July 1996 after six years as an associate in the business and commercial section of the former Pricket, Jones, Elliott, Kristol & Schnee. Tom’s practice areas include: commercial litigation, administrative law, residential and commercial real estate conveyancing, and land use and zoning. He has also served as an administrative hearing officer for the Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth & Their Families and the Delaware Department of Education.
Tom was admitted to the Delaware Bar in December 1989. Between September 1989 and August 1990, he served a judicial clerkship for the Honorable Norman A. Barron on the Superior Court of the State of Delaware. Between March 1997 and August 2000, Tom served as the Chairman of the New Castle County Board of Adjustment pursuant to an appointment by the County Executive, and confirmation by the New Castle County Council. Tom is currently a member of the Delaware State Bar Association and is admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware, the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Tom has substantial experience counseling clients, handling business transactions, and successfully litigating civil lawsuits in his various practice areas in all Delaware trial courts, the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware, the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Tom resides primarily in Ocean View, Delaware with his wife, Lisa. He is the proud father of four grown children. When not pursuing professional interests, Tom enjoys golf, fishing, cooking, home renovation projects, and spending time with his wife and family.
- Successfully represented clients in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware and the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in an action to invalidate a local municipality’s residential property maintenance ordinance on the grounds that it violated the Due Process Clause of the U. S. Constitution. The case ultimately resulted in the defendant municipality and a number of municipalities in Delaware revising their residential property maintenance ordinances to conform to the decision of the Court of Appeals in the case.
- Successfully represented a client in the Superior Court of the State of Delaware in an action against a Delaware limited liability company that operated a commercial shipyard in Mobile, Alabama to recover a seven figure severance payment that was being withheld from the client by the company ostensibly on the grounds that the client had mismanaged an approximately $122 million shipbuilding contract to construct three ocean going Jones Act tankers.
- Successfully represented a real estate developer in the Superior Court of the State of Delaware and the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware in an appeal of a local municipality’s refusal to approve a record land development plan that fully satisfied the requirements of the municipality’s land use code and its Comprehensive Plan.
- Successfully represented numerous buyers and sellers of business assets, company stock, and residential and commercial real estate of all kinds throughout Delaware.
- Successfully represented numerous commercial, government and non-profit lenders in financing their customers’ purchase of businesses assets, company stock, and real estate of all kinds throughout Delaware.
- Successfully represented numerous commercial, government and non-profit lenders in loan workouts, forbearance arrangements, and foreclosure and bankruptcy proceedings involving non-performing loans.
- Successfully represented numerous property owners, prime contractors, subcontractors, and materials suppliers in the Superior Court of the State of Delaware and the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware in mechanic’s lien actions brought under Title 25, Chapter 27 of the Delaware Code.
- Successfully represented a client who was the grandmother and sole caretaker of four very young children in a pro bono publico matter wherein the client sought a hardship discharge of her Chapter 13 bankruptcy case. The hardship discharge was granted by the Court which allowed the client to avoid a foreclosure and she and her grandchildren were able to remain in their modest home.