Thomas H. Porter has been practicing law in the San Francisco Bay Area for over twenty three years. Mr. Porter’s current practice focuses on defending clients in all aspects of labor and employment law, including matters before state courts, government agencies, and in arbitration. He routinely handles matters involving wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and wage-and-hour issues. Mr. Porter also conducts work place investigations of employee complaints.
Before joining Fine, Boggs & Perkins, Mr. Porter’s practice was dedicated to the representation of public investors in arbitrations and civil litigation against registered representatives, broker dealers and investment advisors. Mr. Porter has successfully represented clients throughout the state of California, and throughout the nation, in all aspects of securities related litigation.
Mr. Porter also has more than a decade of experience representing licensed professionals before their respective California licensing boards under the California Administrative Procedures Act, as well as in work place administrative proceedings, and in criminal defense cases. Mr. Porter attended law school at the University of San Francisco and graduated in 1995. He was also admitted to practice law in California in 1995. While in law school, Mr. Porter was an intern with the San Francisco District Attorney’s office, in both the juvenile and adult divisions. He also enjoyed teaching Street Law to local high school students in San Francisco and working as the Editor of Publications for the USF Maritime Law Journal.