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.
In Colonial Funding Network, Inc. v. Swift Health Care, Inc., et al., Index 654647/2016, Supreme Court, New York County, Jeremy Berman secured an order vacating a restraining notice on a company''s bank account and vacating an approximately 6-year-old default judgment upon which the restraining notice was based.
David Gould obtained a unanimous defense verdict in the Lenin A. Mejia and Ellen J. Mazariegos v. Mary Taylor and Brian C. Taylor case, Supreme Court Suffolk County Index Number 618336/2019 before Judge Alita V. Fields on February 16, 2024.
Partner, Cecil Floyd, Esq. and Senior Associate Attorney, Audrey D. Medd, Esq. recently were awarded a unanimous defense verdict in the matter of PUE, JAMES L. Et Al v. JIMMIE'S, INCORPORATED, NNH-CV21-6111850-S, venued in New Haven Superior Court, in the State of Connecticut and tried before Judge Karen Goodrow.