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Thomas K. Boardman’s practice focuses on antitrust litigation.


  • At his prior firm, a member of trial team in In re TFT-LCD (Flat Panel) Antitrust Litigation
  • Instrumental part of the lead counsel team in In re Potash Antitrust Litigation (II), a case that featured a unanimous victory before an en banc panel of the Seventh Circuit, resulting in one of the most influential antitrust appellate opinions in recent memory. The case ended in $90 million in settlements
  • Represents plaintiff-investors in In re Foreign Exchange Benchmark Rates Antitrust Litigation
  • Represents opt-out plaintiffs in Mag Instrument Inc v. The Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
  • Represents indirect purchaser plaintiffs in In re Lithium Ion Batteries Antitrust Litigation


  • ABA Antitrust Section
  • Model Jury Instruction Revision Task Force, ABA Antitrust Section, Young Lawyers Division
  • Litigation Committee, ABA Antitrust Section, Young Lawyers Division
  • Civil Practice and Procedure Committee, New York State Bar Association
  • Antitrust Section, Bar Association of San Francisco
  • Public Justice Foundation


  • Member of the following Bars: California, New York, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Central District of California, Northern District of California, and Southern District of California


  • University of California, Hastings College of the Law (J.D. 2009)
  • Vassar College (B.A., majoring in Political Science and Film Studies, 2004)


  • Member, Hastings Science and Technology Law Journal
  • Research assistant to professors Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr. and Rory K. Little
  • For his work on In re TFT-LCD (Flat Panel) Antitrust Litigation, Mr. Boardman was nominated by Consumer Attorneys of California as a finalist for Consumer Attorney of the Year
  • Co-authored the following articles: “Reverse Engineering Your Antitrust Case: Plan for Trial Even Before You File Your Case,” Antitrust Magazine, Spring 2014, Vol. 28, No. 2, with Bruce L. Simon; and “Class Action for Health Professionals,” chapter from Advocacy Strategies for Health and Mental Health Professionals, Springer Publishing Co., 2011, with Bruce L. Simon, Stuart L. Lustig, Editor
  • Prior to joining Scott+Scott, Mr. Boardman worked at Pearson, Simon & Warshaw, LLP in San Francisco
  • Judicial law clerk to the Hon. Christina Reiss in United States District Court, District of Vermont
  • Mr. Boardman enjoys running and regularly does so for charity