Born and raised in Connecticut, Thomas graduated from Connecticut College with a bachelor’s degree in both Political Science and Music. After working for a year as a copy editor at a local newspaper in Greenwich, Connecticut, Thomas attended Seton Hall University School of Law, where he graduated in 2011. He immediately began a two-year clerkship at the Connecticut Superior Court in Stamford, Connecticut before entering private practice in 2013.
Thomas has focused his entire legal career on civil litigation, and since joining the mid-size firm of Sichenzia Ross Ference LLP, located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, has found his specialty: financial securities litigation. Thomas always has been diligent, analytical and attentive to detail, which suits him perfectly for this complex and constantly evolving field of law. He is a zealous advocate for his clients, who he represents in both state and federal courts on a wide range of securities issues, ranging anywhere from responding to subpoenas or other regulatory issues involving the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), to representing broker-dealers in FINRA arbitrations, to representing individuals and companies in defamation, breach of contract or commercial fraud cases. Whatever the exact nuances of the case, Thomas is sure to listen to his clients’ concerns and goals and arrive at a litigation strategy that is the most effective yet cost efficient.
When he’s not busy advocating for his clients, Thomas enjoys running, playing softball, or playing the piano.