Nick Franchetti focuses his practice in the area of commercial litigation. He assists clients ranging from individuals and small businesses, to large corporations and public entities. Nick handles a variety of litigation matters, including trademark infringement, non-compete agreements, contract disputes, consumer fraud claims, antitrust, mergers and acquisitions, and construction litigation.
Nick is a graduate of Duke University School of Law. Nick was a summer associate at Archer before graduating from Duke, and he also interned at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, where he worked in both the Civil and Criminal Divisions.
Awards and Recognition
- Dean’s Scholar, Duke University School of Law (2014-2017)
- Moot Court Board, Duke University School of Law (2014-2017)
Articles and Presentations
- “Trends in Cybersecurity Litigation”, Co-author: Robert T. Egan, Esq., December 2019, The Barrister CCBA
- “Legal Risks Expand for Directors Who Fail to Monitor Companies’ Cybersecurity Practices and Compliance“, Co-author: Robert T. Egan, Esq., New Jersey Law Journal, November 2019