Nicole is an associate at Ross Nasseri. Nicole practices in all areas of litigation, including corporate/commercial litigation, as well as employment, intellectual property, and estate matters.
Nicole works with large corporations, small businesses, and individuals. She has appeared as counsel before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
Nicole has experience working on:
- Real property disputes, including a multi-million dollar appeal
- Patent and intellectual property litigation, including enforcement of Letters Rogatory from US courts
- Mareva injunctions
- Wrongful dismissal claims
- Employment contract disputes
- Probate appointments and contestations
Prior to joining the firm, Nicole completed her articles by clerking at the Ontario Superior Court in the Northeast Region, where she observed and assisted judges in all aspects of civil litigation. From 2017-2019 Nicole was a teaching assistant and taught seminars in the Faculty of Law and Business at Ryerson University.
Nicole received her JD from Osgoode Hall Law School. While at Osgoode she competed in the Laskin Administrative Law mooting competition, was a senior editor on the law journal, and wrote several articles for theCourt.ca. In her final year, she was the recipient of the Wendy Babcock Social Justice award.
Nicole also holds a BA (2008) and MA (2011) from Brock University, and a MA (2013) from the University of Toronto, where she also completed courses and comprehensive exams towards a PhD. While at Brock and the University of Toronto, she received grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada for her research projects.
She was called to the Bar in 2020. She is a member of the Law Society of Ontario (2020), the Toronto Lawyers Association, and the Advocate’s Society.