Andrew T. Thomas founded the law firm of Thomas Price, in association with attorney Eric Price, to help immigrants throughout Texas live and work legally in the United States.
Mr. Thomas began his career as a member of a litigation team that represented a class of former and current direct-serve gasoline dealers located throughout thirty-five states who were able to prove that a multi-national oil and gas company intentionally overcharged them for motor fuel between March 1, 1983 and August 31, 1994 by failing to provide promised rebates under the now defunct Discount-For-Cash (DFC) pricing incentive program. The class action lawsuit resulted in recovery for the dealers of $1.08 billion with attorneys’ fees of $325 million, expense reimbursement of $5.65 million, and incentive award of $15.9 million to the class representatives. He has extensive litigation and trial experience representing Fortune 500 companies in complex litigation, products liability, and specialty torts.
Andrew has taken his experience and passion for litigation and trial and applied it to representing individuals in Immigration Court facing removal and deportation from the United States. In addition, he has helped numerous families successfully obtain residency, visas and work authorizations through petitions with the Department of… Read More