Thomas G. Hoffman, Jr.
Thomas G. Hoffman, Jr. focuses on representing institutional investors in complex securities actions.
Thomas was instrumental in securing a $1 billion recovery in the eight-year litigation against AIG and related defendants. He also was a key member of the Labaton Sucharow team that recovered $170 million for investors in In re 2008 Fannie Mae Securities Litigation. Currently, Thomas is prosecuting cases against BP, Allstate, American Express, and Maximus.
Thomas received a J.D. from UCLA School of Law, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the UCLA Entertainment Law Review and served as a Moot Court Executive Board Member. In addition, he was a judicial extern to the Honorable William J. Rea, United States District Court for the Central District of California. Thomas earned a B.F.A., with honors, from New York University.
UCLA School of Law
New York University
B.F.A., with honors, 1995
- In re BP p.l.c. Securities Litigation (BP p.l.c.- Deepwater Horizon)
- City of Providence, Rhode Island v. BATS Global Markets, Inc.
- Claude A. Reese v. John Browne and Robert A. Malone (BP p.l.c.- Prudhoe Bay)
- In re Maximus, Inc. Securities Litigation
- Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 137 Pension Fund v. American Express Co.
- In re The Allstate Corporation Securities Litigation
Settled | Resolved Cases
2005, New York
U.S. Court of Appeals
2018, Eighth Circuit
U.S. District Court
2007, Southern District of New York
2007, Eastern District of New York