Thomas Griffith’s practice primarily focuses on prosecuting complex antitrust and commercial litigation. Prior to joining Lowey Dannenberg, Mr. Griffith clerked for the Honorable Radames Velazquez in the Superior Court of New Jersey. He graduated with honors cum laude from Fordham University School of Law in 2018 as a Ruth Whitehead Whaley Scholar. During school, Mr. Griffith served as a Research Assistant for a professor writing on antitrust and patent law issues, interned in the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, worked for a commercial litigation boutique on international trade secret issues, and was the editor and supervisor of student notes for the Fordham Urban Law Journal.
As an active member of the ABA Section of Antitrust, Mr. Griffith has published an article on two-sided business platforms in Distribution and served as a chapter editor for Antitrust and Associations Handbook and has served as a Young Lawyer Representative on the Section’s Distribution and Franchising Committee.
Mr. Griffith’s commitment to community service has included work in Fordham’s public interest program, the Stein Scholars, and volunteer work for both the Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
B.A. Emory University
J.D. Fordham University School of Law
New York and New Jersey