Nicomedes Sy Herrera
Nicomedes Sy Herrera represents clients of the Joseph Saveri Law Firm on a broad range of complex, high-impact business and trade disputes, with a particular focus on major antitrust actions.
Prior to joining the Joseph Saveri Law Firm, Mr. Herrera practiced at the Manhattan offices of major international law firms representing Fortune 100 clients. He has successfully litigated matters involving securities fraud, theft of trade secrets, corporate governance, employment litigation, misappropriation of intellectual property, financial and accounting fraud, white collar crime, and major contract disputes. Mr. Herrera also pursued a series of class and derivative actions on behalf of injured investors against financial asset managers for claims worth over $1 billion.
Mr. Herrera was graduated from Columbia Law School in 1997, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He was graduated cum laude from Columbia College in 1994.
Mr. Herrera is active in charitable work. He is a founder, and continues to serve on the board, of a publicly-supported charitable foundation. He also organized and co-lead a committee of lawyers to establish the Pope Francis Legal Help Center in Oakland, where he continues to volunteer on a pro bono basis.