Nima  Baratzadeh

Nima Baratzadeh

Offices: New York
Associate

Nima Baratzadeh, an associate with Russo & Gould, has substantial litigation experience. He gained invaluable insight into the workings of opposing counsel during his tenure with a high-volume plaintiff's personal injury firm. There, he was responsible for every stage of litigation, from inception to resolution.

Nima started his legal career with the Chicago Public Defender's Homicide Task Force, assisting in the defense of more than a dozen homicide charges, and representing clients in all stages of litigation, from bond hearings to post-trial motions and appeals. Before entering private practice, he served as Senior Litigation Analyst at a private equity firm.

When not at work, Nima enjoys spending time with his family and finding time to squeeze in some basketball.

Education
Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D., 2015
Admissions
New York
New Jersey

News Insights

August 12, 2022

Kevin Horbatiuk Spends Day with Heroes on the Hudson

Russo & Gould Partner Kevin Horbatiuk spent his weekend on the Hudson River with Heroes on the Hudson and the Wounded Warrior Project. Kevin and members of NYC Kayak Clubs helped provide a day of fun on the water to former servicemen and servicewomen. All enjoyed a beautiful day of kayaking, sailing, and being together.

August 12, 2022

Audrey Medd Wins Judgment of Nonsuit

Congratulations to Senior Associate, Audrey D. Medd who secured a Judgment of Nonsuit against Plaintiff for her client which effectively dismissed the Plaintiff''s Complaint. Plaintiff now faces a difficult battle in the next four months if she decides to move to open the judgment as it is up to the Court''s discretion.

July 20, 2022

How Would the Grieving Families Act Affect Litigation in NYS?

The New York State Assembly and the New York State Senate have passed Bill S74A, known as the Grieving Families Act. NYS Gov. Kathy Hochul''s signature is the remaining last step to turn it into law. If signed into law, it will be the first update to New York''s wrongful death statute in more than 150 years.