Thomas is an Assistant Solicitor in the Litigation team specialising in Commercial Disputes.
He has acted in a number of areas but most notably in the digital asset space. He has advised on a number of digital asset disputes such as a claim made against a well-known cryptoasset exchange for breach of section 21 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and high value fraud matters.
Aside from his digital asset practice, Mr. Hulme has assisted on other Commercial Litigation matters such as breach of contract and tort claims, defending derivative claims under the Companies Act 2006 and assisted in high value international arbitration matters.
Thomas has advised and assisted individuals in relation to applications for Norwich Pharmacal Orders and Third Party Non-Party Disclosure Orders and defending a Propriety Freezing Injunction (concerning digital assets). He has also advised and assisted on applications for strike-out and summary judgment.
He has spoken about digital assets in the context of disputes and legal matters at events such as the Saudi Law Conference 2019 and has authored a chapter in the academically published book Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology published by De Gruyter.