“Our clients know that we will use all of our tools — hard work, knowledge, experience, long hours, energy and teamwork — to get the best results possible in their cases.”
Tom brings over 20 years of legal experience to Of Counsel role at Wexler Wallace. His focus on antitrust and commercial litigation helps clients recover for injuries suffered by unlawful conduct of others on a grand scale.
In 2016, Tom led a significant wage and hour class action against a major retail bank. The case survived an appeal to the Seventh Circuit before successfully settling on behalf of the class.
From 2011-2014, Tom’s thoughtful analysis of economic issues in two antitrust class actions involving consumer electronics helped provide plaintiffs and the class with tangible and immediate benefits. In both cases Tom served as a member of a team of lawyers working through expert economic evidence to investigate facts and measure the impact of price-fixing on consumer prices for televisions and computers. As a result of his work, Tom is often invited to lecture and publish on topics relating to class action litigation.