Nicholas Jackson is an attorney at ZwillGen PLLC. His practice focuses on representing clients in civil litigation matters and advising clients on privacy and intellectual property issues. He has represented clients in a variety of litigation matters, from copyright and trademark-related disputes and privacy cases to complex securities class actions, contractual disputes and pro bono civil rights work. He has also counseled clients on intellectual property and data privacy issues in connection with M&A transactions, intellectual property licensing and product development. In his litigation practice, Nick has guided clients through the full e-discovery process from collection through production in complex cases involving contentious discovery negotiations, voluminous documents, and collection from varied data sources.
Before joining ZwillGen, Nick was a litigation and intellectual property associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP in New York City. He received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law, where he served as the Texas Law Review’s first Online Content Editor.