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Nicole V. Ozeran


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Nicole’s practice focuses on complex corporate litigation, with an emphasis on consumer fraud, online and telephone marketing, false advertising, and regulatory and statutory compliance issues. Nicole regularly advises clients in all stages of litigation, from pre-litigation counseling and investigation through discovery, dispositive motion practice, trial, and appeals. She has extensive experience successfully taking and defending depositions, arguing motions, and resolving matters through mediation and arbitration.

Nicole’s clients regard her as strategic and creative; they trust her common sense approach to problem-solving and appreciate her professional dedication and zealous advocacy of their interests.

Prior to joining Mintz, Nicole worked at a global law firm where she handled cases from inception to resolution, reaching favorable outcomes for her clients in dozens of matters. Nicole also previously served as a judicial intern for the Honorable M. Hannah Lauck at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.


  • William and Mary Law School (JD)
  • University of California - San Diego (BA)


  • Defeated class certification in a consumer product matter, where plaintiff alleged false advertising claims on basis of nonfunctional slack-fill in product’s container
  • Prepared successful Motions to Dismiss in various class actions, including:
    • Mackinnon v. Hof's Hut Rests., Inc., Eastern District of California
    • Dillion v. Wingstop Restaurants, Inc., Southern District of California
  • Summary judgment granted in class action matter alleging violation of California’s Health Studio Services Act
  • Obtained multiple favorable settlements in class actions involving violations of the TCPA, as well as website inaccessibility issues under the ADA
  • Counseled corporate clients to ensure compliance with telemarketing laws and the ADA


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Recent Insights

News & Press


TCPA & Consumer Calling Digest - May 2018

May 14, 2018 | Article | By Joshua Briones, Russell Fox, Alexander Hecht, Radhika Bhat, Crystal Lopez, Esteban Morales, Nicole Ozeran, Natalie Prescott, Elana Safner

This month we consider the Ninth Circuit’s pending Crunch ruling and how the decision may affect parties defending TCPA cases. You’ll find the story in our Class Action & Litigation Update. Our Legislative Update offers a quick review of the recent US House and Senate hearings on illegal robocalls. For a roundup of TCPA-related developments at the FCC, please see our Regulatory Update.

Roughly around this time last year, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Bristol-Myers Squibb v. Superior Court, 137 S. Ct. 1773 (2017), wherein the Court rejected the California Supreme Court’s finding of specific jurisdiction over mass tort claims filed by nonresidents.

News & Press

INSIGHT: Ninth Circuit Delivers Bad News to Domino’s and ADA Website Accessibility Defendants

January 24, 2019 | Bloomberg Law

This Bloomberg “Insight” column, authored by Mintz’s Joshua Briones and Nicole Ozeran, discusses a recent Ninth Circuit ruling in an American with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuit and what companies can learn from this in terms of their own websites.
This Law360 Expert Analysis column discusses how an earlier Ninth Circuit decision – which provided a clear rule regarding plaintiffs' standing to assert claims concerning products they did not purchase – has been used to defeat defendants’ motions to dismiss. A team of Mintz attorneys including Member Joshua Briones and Associates Esteban Morales and Nicole Ozeran authored the piece.



Avoid False Advertising Scandals that Damage Your Brand

ACC Southern California In-House Counsel Conference - January 31, 2019

Hollywood, CA