Nina is an intellectual property attorney who takes pride in protecting the property rights of all of her clients. She counsels clients on domestic and international trademark, copyright, trade dress and transactional matters. Nina is experienced in various aspects of trademark and copyright law, including copyright registration and trademark clearance, prosecution and enforcement. She has served as corporate and trademark counsel for companies in a variety of industries including apparel, dentistry, precious metals, entertainment, and civil rights advocacy. 

Nina earned her J.D. from Boston University School of Law, with a concentration in litigation and dispute resolution. During law school, Nina spent a productive summer working as a legal intern in the legal department of DC Comics in New York City, where she helped to protect some of the most recognizable intellectual property around the globe—the Superman shield and the Batman logo. She also studied abroad in Hamburg, Germany, in conjunction with Bucerius Law School, working in a law office where she assisted senior attorneys with corporate restructuring, litigation and international law matters.

After law school, Nina served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Richard Caschette, the Honorable Paul King and the Honorable Michael Spear in the 18th Judicial District of Colorado. Her work for the court included analyzing and drafting more than 20 civil orders on motions for summary judgment, motions to dismiss pursuant to Rule 12, motions to reconsider, and motions to bifurcate/consolidate. She also drafted more than five appellate reviews of county court orders.

Nina is a proud Colorado native and enjoys giving back to her community through pro bono work. She has served as a volunteer attorney for Colorado Attorneys for the Arts and as general counsel for Empowered. 

Presentations and Publications

Copyright Panelist, Emerging Trends in Intellectual Property from a Junior Practitioner’s Perspective, Colorado Bar Association, 2018.

Editor, Tort Law: A Modern Perspective, Cambridge University Press, 2016 (with Keith Hylton).