Nicholas's practice is dedicated to intellectual property, namely patent prosecution. His experience focuses primarily on electronics, semiconductors, wireless communications, software, and information technology.
Prior to joining Mintz, Nicholas worked as an attorney for one of the largest intellectual property firms in America. His primary responsibilities included drafting and prosecuting provisional and non-provisional patent applications for domestic and international filings.
While in law school, Nicholas worked as a civil procedure tutor, research assistant, and criminal law tutor. Additionally, he was an associate writer and editor for California Western Law Review and International Law Journal.
Earlier Nicholas served as a legal extern in the Federal Court for the Southern District of California for Judge Michael Anello. In that position, he drafted and revised court orders issued by the judge and performed legal research for various cases on the judge’s docket.
- California Western School of Law (JD)
- University of Louisiana - Lafayette (BS, Computer Science)
- Member, American Bar Association (2011 – present)
- Member, San Diego County Bar Association (2011 – present)
- Member, Student Intellectual Property Law Association, California Western School of Law (2011 – 2014)