Thomas W. Szromba

Principal Senior Counsel – Litigation at The Boeing Company (Chicago, IL)

THOMAS W. SZROMBA is a principal senior counsel at The Boeing Company in Chicago. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame in 1987 and New York University Law School in 1990 and completing a clerkship with a federal district judge in Illinois, Mr. Szromba joined Swidler & Berlin in Washington, DC, where he concentrated in complex commercial and securities litigation. In 1994, Mr. Szromba joined the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission in Chicago. As Senior Trial Counsel, he investigated and tried numerous high profile cases and was awarded the Stanley Sporkin Award by SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt in 2000. In 2001, Mr. Szromba joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Chicago, where he tried several criminal financial and securities cases. In 2006, Mr. Szromba joined The Boeing Company. As principal senior counsel in the Litigation and Investigations group of the company’s Law Department, he conducts and supervises internal investigations, responds to government inquiries, and manages litigation in which Boeing is involved. He has been involved in numerous False Claims Act investigations while at Boeing.