Thomas Szivos is an Associate in the Complex Commercial Litigation Department of the firm’s New York office. His practice focuses on general commercial litigation, with experience in product liability, securities litigation, intellectual property and internal investigations. Thomas is proficient in managing electronic discovery in mass torts, intellectual property and general commercial litigations, and has experience in all stages of litigation including expert discovery, motion practice, trial, and appeals. Thomas represents clients in a variety of industries including pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, and insurance.
In his pro bono practice, Thomas assists low-income clients in appellate litigation. Thomas also represents workers in labor trafficking litigation in one of the largest illegal labor trafficking cases ever brought in the United States.
Thomas received his J.D. from Boston University School of Law, where he was Managing Editor of the American Journal of Law and Medicine. He also received an M.A. in Philosophy from Temple University and a B.A. in Philosophy with a second major in English Literature from St. Joseph’s University.
In The Market
- Kaye Scholer Helps Secure Settlement in Indian Worker Labor Trafficking Case July 21, 2015 • Client Successes
- Kaye Scholer Honored for Involvement in AmLaw’s Global Pro Bono Dispute of the Year July 17, 2015 • Recognitions
- Citing Therasense, Judge Awards Attorneys’ Fees in Viagra Case October 24, 2011 • Media Mentions