Nicole Bergstrom is counsel to the Litigation Group.
Ms. Bergstrom focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation, with an emphasis on copyright, contract disputes and First Amendment issues. Ms. Bergstrom’s recent representative litigation matters include:
- Representing a theatre company in a jury trial over claims brought by a former musician;
- Defending a well-known publishing company in copyright actions involving the use of photographs;
- Defending an advertising agency against defamation and related claims brought by former employees; and
- Representing a media company in a dispute with a licensor.
Ms. Bergstrom began her legal career at the firm as a summer associate. She is admitted to practice in the New York state courts, as well as the District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and the Courts of Appeals for the Second and Ninth Circuits.
New York University (BA, cum laude, 2007)
Columbia Law School (JD, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 2013)
- Member of the Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts
- Competed in the American Constitution Society Moot Court competition, placing as a Quarterfinalist in the Regional Tournament
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Past Speaking Engagements
What’s Happening in Copyright Law? Part I
Does your business depend on copyright ownership and licensing, or rise and fall with changes in copyright law? Do you use content created by others or worry that your content is going to be stolen? Are you susceptible to copyright claims from third parties or trolls? If so, please join us remotely for part one of Frankfurt Kurnit's two-part CLE update on current hot topics in copyright law. Read more.
July 22 2020
Understanding Force Majeure: Breach in a Time of Coronavirus
Join litigators from the Frankfurt Kurnit Los Angeles and New York offices for a webinar that will walk through specific “case studies” in which courts have addressed issues such as: what happens when a contract does not have specific force majeure language, how to determine if a specific event triggers a force majeure clause, whether the event prevented or impeded performance, and whether reasonable steps were taken to avoid or mitigate the effects of the event. Read more.
April 3 2020
The ABCs of Independent Contractors in California and New York
You are invited to join attorneys from Frankfurt Kurnit's Employment Compliance, Training & Litigation Group for a roundtable discussion and workshop that will address the classification of independent contractors and employees under rapidly changing California and New York law. Read more.
November 20 2019
“A Tale of Two Cities: Employment Law Compliance in New York City and Los Angeles” in LA
June 6 2019
“A Tale of Two Cities: Employment Law Compliance in New York City and Los Angeles” in NYC
May 22 2019
myLawCLE Video Broadcast
Nicole Bergstrom presents “When Worlds Collide: Emerging Trends in Media and Intellectual Property Litigation” with attorney Toby Butterfield for a myLawCLE broadcast in New York.
November 12 2018
news & press
Supreme Court Requires Registration Prior to Bringing Copyright Suit
Yesterday, the Supreme Court issued two unanimous decisions affecting the rights and remedies available to copyright owners. Read more.
Blue Man Group Can’t Toss Royalties Suit
New York Law Journal Covers Komolov v. Segal Art Litigation Win
The New York Law Journal has a page 1 story about our win for our art industry clients, David Segal and Mohamed Serry. The article quotes Brian Maas. Jeremy S. Goldman, Caren Decter, and Nicole Bergstrom were also on the team. (Article behind a paywall) View Article
Art Industry Clients Get a Big Win
The Frankfurt Kurnit Litigation team registered a big win for clients David Segal and Mohamed Serry, two New York-based art and antiques dealers. Read more.