Thomas Kamvosoulis
Practice Areas
Bar and Court Admissions
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Education
  • Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude
  • Villanova Law Review, Associate Editor, 2003-04
  • Villanova Law Review, Staff Writer, 2002-03
  • Villanova University, B.A., cum laude
  • Member of Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Honor Society
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Thomas Kamvosoulis, Counsel

973.403.3130 · 973.618.5530 Fax · tkamvosoulis@bracheichler.com

When clients are forced into litigation, they are faced with several questions. What are the potential outcomes? How long will it take? What are the risks? What will it cost? For nearly 15 years, Thomas Kamvosoulis has successfully guided clients through this process and helped them achieve cost-efficient, pragmatic solutions to a wide array of legal problems.

Tom’s primary area of practice is complex corporate litigation, where he represents closely held companies in a broad range of matters including shareholder divorces, partnership dissolutions, minority oppression cases, restrictive covenant enforcement, trade secrets, securities fraud, and an assortment of contract disputes. Tom strongly believes that to succeed in litigation, an attorney must gain a comprehensive understanding of the client’s goals and develop a long-term strategy that will keep a step ahead of the opposition.

In addition to his litigation practice, Tom also counsels clients on a variety of employment issues, including claims of discrimination, harassment, whistle-blowing, and compliance with state and federal wage and hour laws. In these matters, Tom focuses on helping clients develop and implement policies that will limit their exposure and minimize litigation risk in a practical and cost-effective manner.

Tom also represents clients in a variety of class action cases. On multiple occasions, he has successfully defended clients in national and statewide consumer fraud class actions, defeating class certification and/or obtaining dismissal in every case. In addition, Tom has successfully represented class action plaintiffs in wage and hour litigation. Having managed class action cases on both sides of the aisle, he has a keen understanding of how to navigate the unique procedural issues facing plaintiffs and defendants, how to expose the other party’s weaknesses and, in turn, how to implement a winning strategy for his clients.

During law school, Tom was a member, staff writer, and associate editor of the Villanova Law Review, and was appointed member of the Order of the Coif as a result of his outstanding academic achievement. In addition, he served as an extern to the Hon. Marjorie O. Rendell of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

Tom was named a “Rising Star” by New Jersey Super Lawyers in 2017.

Notable Matters
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  • In a published Third Circuit opinion, reversal of the federal district court’s dismissal of a consumer fraud class action claim against an automobile insurer
  • Dismissal on summary judgment of a class action asserting claims under TCCWNA against a radiology practice by a patient claiming she was overcharged for copies of medical records
  • After a two-week bench trial, verdict awarding damages to a radiology practice for claims of breach of contract against its medical billing vendor
  • Dismissal on the pleadings of a federal complaint alleging claims of unjust enrichment, negligence, and aiding and abetting
  • After a three-week arbitration hearing, an order granting complex equitable and injunctive relief requested by a client in a partnership dissolution action against his general partner
  • Substantial class action settlement in favor of hourly employees of a nursing home whose time records were being altered by management, resulting in lost wages and overtime pay
  • After a lengthy jury trial, defense verdict in favor of a physician client dismissing claims for breach of contract, unjust enrichment, and quantum meruit arising out of the break-up of her former medical practice
  • Resolution of multiple employment discrimination claims against a Fortune 500 client
  • Obtained a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against an employee for disparaging a physician-employer to present and former patients
  • Dismissal on the pleadings of First, Fourth, and Fourteenth Amendment claims against a physician and medical practice under the doctrine of qualified immunity
  • Reversal, on appeal, of a trial court’s grant of summary judgment against a Fortune 500 banking client, which lawfully refused to turn over monies to a creditor of an account holder
  • Resolution of a billing dispute on behalf of a radiology practice, whose billing company failed to collect millions of dollars in charges from patients over a three-year period
  • Summary judgment in favor of a major real estate client dismissing claims for conversion of trade secrets, employee piracy, and breach of contract
  • Defeated class certification in a statewide consumer fraud class action brought against a local hospital

Published and Unpublished Decisions

  • Alpizar-Fallas v. Favero, 908 F.3d 910 (3d Cir. 2018) (reversing district court’s dismissal and finding consumer fraud claim exists against insurer for fraudulently depriving benefits to insured)
  • Imaging Subspecialists of North Jersey, LLC v. Advantedge Healthcare Solutions, Inc., 2017 WL 1034557 (N.J. App. Div. Mar. 17, 2017) (upholding trial verdict in favor of plaintiffs in medical billing dispute)
  • Kramer v. City of Jersey City, 2010 WL 2326259 (D.N.J. June 3, 2010), aff’d 455 Fed. Appx. 204 (3d Cir. 2011) (granting motion to dismiss claims for violation of civil rights and disability discrimination against physician)
  • KVL Audio Visual Services, Inc. v. Hackworth, 2010 WL 135141 (N.J. App. Div. Jan. 15, 2010) (affirming grant of summary judgment and dismissing claims including employee piracy, misappropriation of trade secrets and tortious interference)
  • PRA III, LLC v. Capitol One, N.A., 2009 WL 2176656 (N.J. App. Div. July 23, 2009) (reversing trial court’s grant of summary judgment and entering summary judgment in favor of bank)
  • Mulligan v. QVC, Inc., No. 04-CH3620 (Ill. Cir. Ct. Jan. 31, 2007) (dismissing consumer fraud act and unjust enrichment claims)
  • Mulligan v. QVC, Inc., No. 04-CH3620 (Ill. Cir. Ct. June 6, 2005) (denying class certification in national consumer fraud class action)
Professional Activities
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  • Member, Essex County Bar Association
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