September 30, 2022

Volume XII, Number 273

Nick Ladin-Sienne

As a former professional chef, Nick serves his clients with the highest standards and a sense of hospitality. He uses his knowledge of his clients’ industries to provide solutions that complement their business goals. In contentious times, Nick helps clients navigate internal investigations and complaints, litigate current disputes, and make informed decisions on future policies and actions. 

In advising clients, Nick provides efficient and effective answers to legal questions and guidance on risk management. Whether it’s an employee making a complaint, a whistleblower sounding the alarm, or the government or other litigant sending a subpoena, Nick has investigated issues including employment matters, Medicare fraud, and domestic and international bribery and corruption. Clients rely on his comprehensive approach, neutral analysis, and creative thinking about solutions.

In litigation, Nick advocates zealously for his client. But he also values pragmatism and takes a solution–oriented approach to disputes. He has helped defend companies in a range of suits, including class actions under California’s wage and hour laws, large health care lawsuits, and lawsuits under the False Claims Act’s qui tam provision

Nick has successfully advocated for clients on appeal. He has drafted appellate and amicus briefs in the Second, Fourth, and Ninth Circuits. As a student, he helped file petitions for certiorari and amicus briefs with the UCLA School of Law’s Supreme Court Clinic. He also externed for the Honorable Stephen R. Reinhardt on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Nick Ladin-Sienne