January 28, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 28

Samuel J. Thomas

Sam’s wide-ranging practice focuses on class action and complex commercial litigation.

A litigation associate in the Washington, DC office, Sam represents clients in matters big and small from multi-district litigation to commercial lease disputes and non-party subpoenas. Sam also works closely on compliance issues, helping clients to safely navigate federal and state regulatory regimes. He maintains an active pro bono practice focused on asylum and relief from removal. Working with clients across a broad range of industries including food service, retail, and more, Sam has the breadth of experience to help clients resolve any type of issue.

Sam previously participated for one year in the George Washington Immigration Clinic representing clients before USCIS, ICE, and EOIR and served as a Notes & Projects Editor for The George Washington Immigration Clinic. Sam also regularly contributes to the firm’s Retail Industry Blog.

Relevant Experience

  • Counsel for retail and food service clients in antitrust litigation involving allegations of conspiracy, price fixing, and numerous violations of antitrust laws.

  • Defend retail client in multi-district litigation against claims brought by both individuals and governments.

  • Advise retail client on regulatory compliance across dozens of states for alcohol delivery services.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Samuel J. Thomas