Nick Pisegna joined Ropes & Gray in 2016 as an associate in the litigation department.
During law school, Nick interned at the New York County District Attorney’s Office in the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor, and served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Peter W. Agnes, Jr. of the Massachusetts Appeals Court, and the Honorable Raymond Brassard (Ret.) of the Massachusetts Superior Court. Nick also served as the executive articles editor of the Boston College Journal of Law and Social Justice.
- Representing therapeutics company and its officers in securities fraud litigation involving allegations of insider trading and misrepresentation of drug trial results.
- Representing investment funds in derivative action arising out of proxy contest.
- Representing international client in contract dispute with licensee regarding a commercial supply agreement.
- Jane Doe v. Backpage.com – Counsel to victims of sex trafficking, alleging violations of federal and state trafficking laws.
- Co-author, “Supreme Court Rules on Securities Act Class Actions,” Insights: The Corporate & Securities Law Advisor (April 2018)
- Author, “Probable Cause to Protect Children: The Connection Between Child Molestation and Child Pornography,” Boston College Journal of Law and Social Justice (2016)
- Author, “Dead Men Tell No Tales: The Importance of the Summary Judgment Standard in the Deadly Force Case of Gonzalez v. City of Anaheim,” Boston College Journal of Law and Social Justice (2016)