Thomas helps clients navigate their disputes before the Courts practically, creatively, and successfully.

Thomas acts on complex and contentious intellectual property, commercial, and indigenous matters, regularly appearing before the Federal Court, all levels of Court in Ontario, and in international and domestic arbitrations.

Thomas litigates in a wide variety of fields ranging from entertainment to power generation to treaty rights. He has acted for clients in diverse creative and technical industries such as filmmaking, music, manufacturing, consumer products, acoustics, software, telecommunications, gaming, pharmaceuticals, and resource extraction and processing.

Thomas attended Osgoode Hall Law School before summering and articling with Gilbert’s. Before law school, he graduated from Queen’s University with an Honours Bachelor of Science in biology. In his free time, Thomas enjoys playing hockey, cycling, cooking, and the good company of his dog, Buster.


Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

J.D., 2017

Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

B.Sc.H., 2014
Major: Biology
Honours: With Distinction


Bar Admissions

Ontario, 2018


Bereskin & Parr LLP Prize for the student with the highest standing in Patents at Osgoode Hall Law School, 2016