Nick represents clients in complex litigation matters, with significant experience representing prominent technology companies in high-stakes intellectual property disputes. He also has experience in general business litigation, employment law, and immigration matters.
- Represents County of Los Angeles in litigation relating to allegations of deputy subgroups within the Sheriff’s Department.
- Defended Amazon Web Services (AWS) in multiple patent infringement matters.
- Represented Silicon Valley-based Juniper Networks, Inc. as a defendant in multiple patent infringement matters and as a plaintiff in a declaratory judgment action.
- Represented Largan Precision Co., a Taiwan-based designer and manufacturer of miniature camera lenses for laptops and smartphones including the iPhone, in a lawsuit accusing two other lens manufacturers and HP Inc. of infringing Largan’s patents. All defendants settled on terms favorable to Largan.
- Represented a Honduran asylum-seeker and her 6-year-old daughter in pro bono immigration matter, examining expert witness in Immigration Court.
Prior to joining Miller Barondess, Nick practiced at a Washington, DC-based patent litigation firm and served as a law clerk for Judge James G. Reinhart of the Board of Veterans’ Appeals.
A San Diego native, Nick received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Yale University, a Master of Arts in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, and a Juris Doctorate from UCLA School of Law. During law school, Nick served as a volunteer clerk for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Major Crimes Unit, assisting prosecutors on a high-profile capital murder case.
Admitted to practice in California and the District of Columbia.