At Keller Postman, Nick’s practice focuses on privacy, false advertising, and other consumer-protection claims. He is focused on the research and development of claims, law and briefing practice, and litigation of class and public-client actions. During his time at Keller Postman, Nick’s notable matters have included representing the State of Texas in its biometric privacy suit against Meta Platforms, representing a putative class of advertisers in an unfair-competition case against LinkedIn, as well as the firm’s Amazon Alexa wiretapping class action and arbitrations, its TurboTax arbitrations against Intuit, and its consumer-protection arbitrations against DraftKings and FanDuel. Nick also helped develop the firm’s biometric-privacy practice.
Before joining Keller Postman, Nick represented corporate clients and consumers in plaintiffs’ matters at Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronoff LLP, and represented class-action plaintiffs at Edelson PC. During that time, Nick helped develop and litigate novel claims under the federal Video Privacy Protection Act, Michigan’s Preservation of Personal Privacy Act, and Illinois’s Biometric Information Privacy Act. Nick also took a lead role in the consumer class action against LinkedIn arising from its well-publicized 2014 data breach.
Nick graduated from the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, cum laude, where he was a senior editor of the Journal of International Law and Business. Nick graduated with honors from the Honors College at Michigan State University, where he played on the school’s rugby team.
Nick is licensed to practice law in Illinois only.
"My proudest moment as a plaintiff’s attorney was working on the development of the firm’s Amazon Alexa arbitrations, which eventually led to Amazon ending its use of arbitration for customer disputes, as reported by the New York Times."