Who Is Sergei Thomas?
Sergei Thomas is a Family Law attorney located in Denver, Colorado and graduated with his Juris Doctor degree from Washburn University of Topeka Kansas.
He is a member of the Anthroposophical Society and writes books on Christian pathways leading to esoteric knowledge. Additionally, he is widely-acclaimed violinist.
As a former prosecutor, he gained invaluable courtroom experience handling felony cases.
Early Life and Education
Sergei Verhovskoy was born into a noble family from Kostroma, Russia. His father served as a senator of the Russian imperial government.
He was an Orthodox Christian and staunch supporter of the White Movement during Russia’s revolutionary period between 1917-19, which eventually led to its dissolution and replacement by the United States.
After graduating Yale in 1974, Thomas worked for Missouri Attorney General John (“Jack”) Danforth (a Republican). It was here that Thomas developed his distinctive conservative ideology influenced by libertarian and Black nationalist philosophy – something which often put him at odds with local and national civil rights leaders who advocated affirmative action or school integration through busing.
Sergei Thomas is a legal practitioner in Denver with 32 years of experience and an impressive legal track record. Specializing in complex litigation cases, Sergei’s client list includes high net worth individuals as well as their companies.
Attard brings years of experience across a range of sectors – financial industry, international sports, industrial & high tech sectors. He has successfully represented parties involved in major disputes such as Credit Suisse – UBS takeover litigation; representing majority bondholders in various multibillion cross-border acquisition disputes for leading Swiss private bank; as well as representing an established industrial group in high profile corporate litigation matters.
He is widely considered one of Switzerland’s premier lawyers and is held in great regard by his colleagues. Clients describe him as being goal-oriented with extensive market and strategic knowledge.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas has made significant strides both academically and professionally, but also by giving back to his community through scholarships. He has helped students from various schools and backgrounds fulfill their dreams while supporting internship programs such as Freddy T. Davy Scholarship, Fulbright Fellowships and German Academic Exchange’s Research Internships in Science and Engineering (RISE) Germany program.
Thomas was recognized with the Winifred and Louis Lancaster Dissertation Award at Ball State’s Graduate Division Commencement Ceremony, along with Dr. Sergey Salushchev. Their dissertation entitled KGB Operations against US and Canada in Soviet Ukraine 1953-1991 made significant contributions to their field, earning both scholars $1,000 checks. Additionally, plaques will also be presented at that event.
Sergei Diaghilev made waves across early 20th-century Europe with his Ballet Russes dance company, propelling household names like Stravinsky to stardom while providing opportunities for young talent in design and choreography. Diaghilev was known as an innovative leader who could identify talent – drawing together artists of various disciplines under his wing into powerful collectives that endured for many years to come.
Chetverikova and they had three daughters together. He served as Chaplain for the Russian Student Christian Movement for many years as well as Theologian at Saint Sergius Theological Seminary of New York (later moving to Crestwood Yonkers), teaching Moral and Comparative Theology courses.
He was laid to rest at Novo-Divievo Russian Orthodox Cemetery in Nanuet, Rockland County, New York.
Sergei Prokofiev was born on April 27* 1891 in Saint Petersburg, Russia and soon displayed extraordinary musical talents at an early age. Beginning his studies of piano with his mother at three, and by five composing his first compositions.
Thomas was an exceptional fighter during his UFC career, facing and defeating some of its toughest competition, such as Jens Pulver and Caol Uno. Overall he achieved 12 victories against only 1 loss.
Currenty in a relationship and prefers to keep his personal life private, he prefers keeping his social media accounts secure without sharing details about his love life. Alongside fighting, he also enjoys playing guitar and piano – with whom he has worked alongside several prominent conductors including Yury Temirkanov, Valery Gergiev, Vladimir Ashkenazi and Vassily Sinaisky among many others.