Robbins LLP Welcomes Michael J. Nicoud to the Partnership

Robbins LLP Announces Michael Nicoud Has Joined the Partnership

October 28, 2022 (San Diego, CA) – Robbins LLP, a nationwide shareholder rights law firm, is pleased to announce that Michael J. Nicoud has been named a partner of the firm.

Mike is an outstanding lawyer and has been a major contributor to a number of our litigation victories throughout the years.  He achieved a great deal of expertise in shareholder rights matters during his first tenure with the firm.  Upon his return to the firm in 2020, he has become a valuable contributor to the antitrust team. 

Mike has always been an asset to the firm, starting as a temporary attorney and working his way up to our most senior associate role.  During his time with the firm, he has displayed a great deal of skill and thoughtful leadership, and his efforts have helped the firm achieve significant victories. One of his important contributions to the firm’s success include his role in the litigation against the officers and directors of Community Health Systems, Inc.  Mike deposed multiple hospital CEOs, a physician whistleblower, and other high-level executives.  The case ultimately settled for a massive $60 million dollar payment to the company, along with extensive corporate governance reforms.  Mike has been recognized as a Super Lawyer Rising Star every year since 2016, and is also a member of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers.

We look forward to an exciting and profitable future with Mike as a member of the partnership.  We have no doubt that he will continue his fine record of achievement in litigation, add to the firm’s profitability, and will reflect well on the firm’s reputation and relationships with our clients, the courts, and the legal community.

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