Nico Brancolini

Nico L.



Practice Areas:

Antitrust. Complex Business. Trials

Client Sectors:

Emerging Technologies. International Compliance. Labor & Employment. Media & Filmed Entertainment. Music Industry & Recording Arts. Non-Profit Organizations. Sanitation & Conservation

Nico L. Brancolini is a skilled litigator with favorable results for both plaintiff and defense-side clients in state and federal court actions. His legal experience encompasses a wide range of areas including antitrust, class actions, general and international business litigation, music streaming and attendant intellectual property rights, products liability, regulatory compliance, and unfair competition. Brancolini’s work in complex litigation includes negotiating and executing substantial global settlements, often in the multi-million-dollar range, particularly in mass tort and class action cases.

Brancolini delivers a dynamic and thorough approach to legal services, effectively meeting the individualized business and litigation needs of corporate, individual, and non-profit clients. His litigation style is characterized by inventive tactics and a focus on long-term strategy.

An alumnus of Claremont McKenna College and Loyola Law School, Brancolini served as the Executive Symposium Editor for the Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review. In this role, he co-organized a symposium commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials, in collaboration with Loyola’s Center for the Study of Law and Genocide.

Beyond the courtroom, Brancolini is actively involved with Lambda Legal’s Emerging Leaders Council and numerous other community and professional organizations. He also enjoys collecting art, immersing himself in (post)modern literature, and maintaining a vigorous daily fitness routine.

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