At Keller Postman, Nicolette’s practice focuses on consumer protection in the mass torts arena. With thoughtful consideration for each client’s circumstances, she navigates complex cases through all phases of the litigation process, building the trust and proficiency to best serve on her client’s behalf.
Prior to joining Keller Postman, Nicolette was part of a national plaintiff’s law firm where she assisted clients in several class action and complex litigation matters ranging from data privacy, pharmaceutical, product liability, and transportation, to social media harm and environmental torts. Nicolette worked to secure favorable outcomes for several individuals and families impacted during the nation’s largest-known natural gas leak in Southern California, as well as serving on behalf of those harmed by the use of medications manufactured by some of the most renowned pharmaceutical companies on the globe. Her legal career began in a transactional role developing and negotiating contracts and business agreements for various facets of the entertainment industry. From there, Nicolette transitioned to an Associate, defending healthcare providers in medical malpractice litigation. As a proponent of justice dedicated to achieving results, Nicolette was led to plaintiff-side representation where she can serve clients involved in complex civil litigation.
Nicolette received her law degree from Santa Clara University School of Law where she was a member of the Hi-Tech Law Institute and acted as Treasurer of the Entertainment Law Society all three years. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Southern New Hampshire University, graduating summa cum laude where she was awarded Dean’s List all quarters and was a member of several honors societies including Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honors Society, National Honors & Merit Scholars Society, International Distinguished Honors Society, and Psi Chi Honors Society.
"Upholding the integrity of the people against the indiscretions of those accountable in achieving the just outcomes they deserve while vindicating those who have been negatively impacted."