Nicholas Duffee’s practice focuses on complex litigation. Currently, he is on the team representing Alvogen in the multi-billion-dollar National Prescription Opiate multidistrict litigation and in related proceedings across the country, and the team representing Aetna in an appeal before the Federal Circuit. He has regularly advised clients on their potential liability exposure in contract disputes and on their own potential causes of action. Nicholas also has an active pro bono practice representing indigent litigants in federal court and advising non-profits on copyright issues.
While in law school, Nicholas was an editor of the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, a Student Fellow at the Georgetown Center for the Constitution, a research assistant for the Annual Review of Criminal Procedure, and an intern for the Honorable Thomas Hardiman on the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Nicholas holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from The University of Chicago.
US District Court for the District of Connecticut Pro Bono Honor Roll (2023)
- How to Avoid the Section 101 Pitfall in Blockchain Patenting, IAM, August 25, 2023
- Cryptocurrency Companies Could Face Liability Under CUTPA, Connecticut Law Tribune, February 7, 2023
- JD, cum laude – Georgetown University Law Center (2022)
- BA, Political Science, cum laude – The University of Chicago (2019)
- US District Court District of Connecticut