Nicholas A. Rendino’s practice focuses on complex litigation in state and federal courts, as well as in front of regulatory authorities. Nicholas represents private and public corporations, investment banks, insurance companies, technology firms, real estate companies, investment managers, corporate directors and individuals. He handles a variety of white collar, trade secret, government investigations, real estate, financial, insurance, contract, software and antitrust litigation.
Nicholas was recognized in the Georgetown Law Magazine for his work on an Immigration Advocate application that was designed to provide access to justice for low-income individuals seeking visas in the United States.
- Anderson News, in an antitrust action alleging a conspiracy among the leading magazine publishers and distributors to boycott Anderson forcing the company into bankruptcy.
- Copart in a four-week jury trial resulting in a $20 million verdict against Sparta Consulting and its parent, KPIT Infosystems, for fraud and professional negligence stemming from an implementation of SAP software.
- Individual in white collar defense actions before the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
- Technology companies in trade secret and other disputes.
- Real estate developers in actions arising out of corporate governance and other disputes.
- Individuals in contract disputes.
- A leading financial institution in disputes concerning advisory fees.
- A hedge fund in connection with claims arising from the purchase of secured debt.
- Limited liability companies in disputes concerning rights and obligations arising under operating agreements.