Thomas K. Duff Associate




Thomas Duff practices in the area of complex torts and general casualty. Thomas’s focus is in oral and written advocacy at the trial and appellate levels. Building on his foundation at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, Thomas hopes to develop his practice in appellate advocacy and constitutional law. 

During his last year in law school, Thomas worked for the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office representing the Commonwealth in cases involving constitutional law, municipal law and appellate litigation. In 2020, Thomas provided legal support to refugee applicants for asylum in the Ninth Circuit during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thomas obtained management and problem-solving experience while serving on the board of directors for an educational nonprofit (the Eagle Institute for Global Affairs and Leadership) during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Representative Matters

Secured a defense verdict on all counts in a three-day trial involving a dispute between a condominium board of directors and a unit owner regarding the validity of a special assessment to repair water risers in the building.

Negotiated a settlement agreement in a commercial breach of contract case and appeared in court to obtain a motion to dismiss the case pursuant to a settlement agreement.