Paul “Tony” Mensah
5335 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., Suite 440
Washington, D.C. 20015
T: + 1 202 895 1510
F: + 1 202 318 8484
Tony Mensah focuses his practice in debt collection, estate and probate, and business law. He regularly represents large corporations, small businesses, families, and individuals in connection with a variety of legal issues, which include:
- Setting up simple and complex commercial agreements
- Solving issue stemming from the failed performance of a contract
- Enforcement and litigation of contracts
- Setting up basic and complex estates
- Representing both plaintiffs and defendants in probate litigation
Tony Mensah has regularly appeared in District of Columbia Superior Court and the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. He has also appeared in state courts in Maryland (pro hac vice) and New York (local counsel).
While representing former and existing clients Tony Mensah has created thousands of commercial and estate planning related agreements geared toward maximizing advantages for his clients, while also providing protection against civil litigation. When litigation is necessary Tony Mensah is ready with more than a decade worth of trial litigation experience.
Tony Mensah’s recent representations include:
- Recently obtained a settlement and a jury verdict with a total value of $702,322 dollars on behalf of an estate in a multi-count case, which included Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Raymond James Financial.
- Served as outside counsel to Hilton Hotels Corporation on a variety of issues related to complex business transactions, including the collection, review and litigation of unpaid commercial convention agreements.
- Recently obtained satisfaction of a $225,000 dollar judgment for Florida Aviation Company and a mid-major airline corporation.
- Recently obtained a substantial six figure employment settlement for a high ranking corporate officer.
Before forming Mensah Law Office, Tony Mensah served as the Managing Partner for a small District of Columbia General Practice law firm. Prior to that he clerked at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) in the General Counsel’s office.