Nicole Haimson Associate




Nicole Haimson is a civil litigator who focuses her practice on intellectual property (including copyrights and trademarks), business, commercial litigation and insurance defense matters. She handles claims related to construction defects, product liability, employment, and health care. Nicole also leverages her education in art history, knowledge of the impact of public art on blighted communities, and general passion for the arts, as a contributor to the firm’s Art Law Perspectives blog.

Prior to joining Wilson Elser, Nicole worked at another prominent law firm and at the New York State Office of the Attorney General, where she gained substantial federal practice experience defending lawsuits against the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision and New York State Office of Mental Health. Nicole continues to represent governmental employees and agencies, including DOCCS and Mental Hygiene Legal Services, when the AG’s office encounters conflicts.

During law school, Nicole worked as a law clerk for the Honorable Randy Sue Marber in the Nassau County Supreme Court. She also interned at a law firm where she assisted in filing trademark, copyright, and patent applications and litigating infringement lawsuits.