Thomas Brown joined Nyca as partner in 2021. Thomas Brown is also a policy advisor for Paul Hastings’ fintech and antitrust groups. He is not a Paul Hastings attorney but works with the firm and its clients on select projects. While previously with Paul Hastings, Thomas Brown’s practice was focused primarily on competition law and legal issues affecting the financial services industry. In addition to strategically advising payment systems and financial services clients across a broad spectrum of regulatory issues, he has litigated notable antitrust cases, including class actions, in the financial services industry for more than 15 years. Prior to his joining Paul Hastings, he had served as Vice President, Senior Counsel at Visa U.S.A. Inc.
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