Nicholas Diamand is a partner in Lieff Cabraser’s New York office with a practice focused on domestic and international securities fraud, digital privacy, and consumer fraud cases.
Nick’s present and past case work concerning securities and financial fraud includes litigation in the U.S. or internationally against Boeing, Danske, Steinhoff, Facebook, AIG, Bank of New York Mellon, and Bank of America. He was actively involved in the Wells Fargo Shareholder Derivative Litigation in which Lieff Cabraser served as Court-appointed Co-Lead Plaintiffs’ Counsel; in April 2020, the Court granted final approval to a settlement including a $240 million cash payment and corporate governance reforms.
He acts or has acted in digital privacy litigation against Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Sony, among others, as well as on behalf of children and their parents in data breach litigation against Disney, Viacom and other online game and app producers alleging violations of unlawful export, exploitation, and monetization of children’s personal information from mobile games without parental consent. Nick is also working on consumer litigation against Volkswagen, and previously litigated against British Airways, as well as against the nation’s largest banks for their unfair and deceptive practices to maximize the occurrence of overdraft fees, and against oil companies for the recovery of gas royalty underpayment claims in which plaintiffs recovered more than $100 million in cash and future benefits.
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