Nicole Victoria Ozeran

Associate | Los Angeles | (213) 892-5234
(213) 892-5234

Nicole Ozeran is an associate in Morrison & Foerster’s Class Actions + Mass Torts group in the Los Angeles office.

Nicole’s practice focuses on class actions and mass torts litigation with an emphasis on false advertising, online and telephone marketing, unfair competition, and privacy matters. She has extensive experience in both federal and state courts across the country, where she has successfully obtained dismissals on the pleadings, defeated class certification, and secured summary disposition in several high-stakes lawsuits. Nicole advises clients on all stages of litigation, from pre-litigation and investigation through discovery, dispositive motions, trial, and appeals. 

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Nicole worked at another global law firm and she previously served as a judicial intern for the Honorable M. Hannah Lauck in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.

Representative Experience

  • False Advertising and Consumer Class Action Litigation. Defeated class certification for an international restaurant chain, a snack food manufacturer, and a national cosmetic company in matters involving false advertising claims. Also obtained dismissals at the pleadings stage and on summary judgment in lawsuits brought pursuant to unfair competition, false advertising, and product liability laws. 
  • Telephone Consumer Protection Act Litigation. Defeated class certification for a company providing crowd-sourced reviews about businesses. Also obtained early dismissals at the pleading stage for multiple companies, including two separate restaurant chains and an NBA team. Negotiated favorable settlements for a large car dealership and an online pharmacy.
  • Commercial Litigation. Obtained summary judgment in San Diego Superior Court for claims brought under California’s Health Studio Services Contract Law against a national fitness club. Also negotiated cost-effective and reasonable settlements in dozens of suits threatened under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act.
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