Tony Miodonka focuses his practice on business and commercial litigation, commercial arbitration, corporate bankruptcy and reorganizations, white collar criminal matters and regulatory investigations, enforcement proceedings and appeals. Mr. Miodonka has also assisted corporate and individual clients with matters relating to the negotiation, interpretation and enforcement of employment contracts. His reported litigation cases include Woodbury Knoll, LLC v. Shipman & Goodwin, LLP, 305 Conn. 750 (2012), in which he was on the brief and assisted firm partner Harold B. Finn III in preparation for oral argument.
Prior to joining Finn Dixon & Herling, Mr. Miodonka served as law clerk to The Honorable Justice Peter T. Zarella of the Connecticut Supreme Court.
Mr. Miodonka received his J.D., summa cum laude, from Quinnipiac University School of Law, where he was valedictorian and Lead Articles Editor of the Quinnipiac Law Review. The honors and awards he received include the Connecticut Judges Association Award, the John A. Speziale Award for Excellence in Written Advocacy, the Outstanding Legal Scholarship Award and the Service to the Law School Award, among others.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Miodonka served in the United States Marine Corps, where he earned the rank of Staff Sergeant and successfully completed several tours of combat duty in the Middle East before receiving an honorable discharge in 2004 after more than eight years of service.
2008 Connecticut Judges Association Award
John A. Speziale Award for Excellence in Written Advocacy, 2006
“Debtor-in-Possession Financing: Funding a Chapter 11 Case,” contributing author, published by the American Bankruptcy Institute, 2012. Click Here to purchase a copy of the book.
"Executive Compensation in Bankruptcy," with Henry P. Baer, Jr., published by Practical Law, 2013.
Law Clerk to Justice Peter T. Zarella, Connecticut Supreme Court, 2008-2009
Staff Sergeant, United States Marine Corps, 1996-2004
Connecticut Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Fairfield County Bar Association
American Bankruptcy Institute