Nehal Khorraminejad is an associate in Nutter’s Litigation Department and a member of the Firm’s Business Litigation, Privacy and Data Security, and White Collar Defense practice groups. Clients rely on Nehal’s experience in all stages of litigation, including fact investigation, discovery, depositions, motion practice, and appeals.
Clients engage Nehal in a broad range of matters, including complex commercial litigation and government enforcement actions. Nehal also advises clients on the legal, technical, and strategic aspects of data privacy laws and cybersecurity risk, including proactive privacy and security measures.
Nehal is involved in the firm’s longstanding legacy of pro bono representation and commitment to civic and charitable engagement. Her pro bono activities include working to secure permanent residency for a juvenile who was abandoned in his home country, bringing a §1983 action on behalf of a prisoner who was abused in prison; and investigating a prisoner’s claim of innocence. Nehal also participates in JCRC’s Reading Buddies program, where she works with elementary school children to improve their reading and reading comprehension skills. Nehal is a member of Nutter’s Diversity Action Committee.
Previously, Nehal was a legal intern at the Office of the State Public Defender in Oakland, CA. Prior to law school, Nehal interned in the law offices of two criminal defense attorneys in San Francisco, CA, as well as the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office.
During law school, Nehal worked as a student attorney for the Michigan Innocence Clinic and worked for the Syrian Accountability Project. She also served as a Contributing Editor for the Michigan Journal of International Law, the vice president of the Prisoners’ Rights Organization for Students, and volunteered at the Washtenaw County Juvenile Detention Center through University of Michigan Law School’s Wolverine Street Law program. She is fluent in Farsi.
News & Insights
- 01.23.2019 | Announcement
- 03.31.2020 | Legal Update
- 03.31.2020 | Legal Advisory
- 03.27.2020 | Legal Update
- Special Edition Nutter Bank Report: Federal Reserve Announces Extraordinary Second Wave of New Initiatives in Response to the Global Pandemic03.24.2020 | Legal Update
- Writing for Banker & Tradesman, Seth Berman and Nehal Khorraminejad Analyze Changes to the Massachusetts Data Privacy Law05.23.2019 | Article
- 04.08.2019 | Legal Advisory
- Dismissing Fraud Claims, Judge Davis Rules Party’s Statement of Reasons or Motives Underlying Bargaining Position Constitutes Immaterial FactBLS Blog, 03.06.2020
- Bioscience Class Action Pending in State Court Stayed in Favor of Bioscience Class Action Pending in Federal CourtBLS Blog, 12.11.2018
- Court Relies on its Own Knowledge of Prevailing Market Rates to Determine Reasonableness of Attorneys’ FeesBLS Blog, 09.28.2018
- Overriding a Massachusetts Forum-Selection Clause, SJC Affirms Judge Salinger’s Dismissal of a Company’s Case against a Former EmployeeBLS Blog, 09.14.2018
- Court Tackles Issue of First Impression in Massachusetts: Defendant Can Move to Strike Class Allegations Under Rule 12(f)BLS Blog, 02.02.2018
- BLS Blog, 11.29.2017
- BLS Blog, 06.08.2015
Education & Admissions
University of Michigan Law School, J.D.
University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., cum laude
During law school, Nehal worked as a student attorney for the Michigan Innocence Clinic and worked for the Syrian Accountability Project. She also served as a Contributing Editor for the Michigan Journal of International Law, and was the vice president of the Prisoners’ Rights Organization for Students.
Nehal’s professional experience includes serving as an intern at the Office of the State Public Defender in Oakland, CA.