Nicole Tatz’s practice focuses on civil litigation and government investigations, with a particular emphasis on securities litigation.

Nicole regularly represents public companies, financial institutions, individual executives, and employees in response to regulatory inquiries and self-identified legal issues. Nicole has represented clients before a variety of authorities, including the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, the Department of Justice, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, and United States Attorney’s Offices. She has also advised corporate and individual clients in litigation against the government and various private parties.

Nicole joined the firm in 2017.

Prior to law school, she was a legislative correspondent in the United States Senate Committee on Rules and Administration under Chairman Sen. Charles E. Schumer, where she worked on campaign finance reform, election law and voting rights issues.

Selected Activities

  • Articles and Notes Editor, American Criminal Law Review, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Georgetown University Law Center Domestic Violence Clinic