Nicole M. Cambeiro has successfully represented entertainment and media clients in complex litigation, including disputes regarding contracts, copyright, trademark, and shareholder derivative suits. Her practice spans all stages of litigation, including pre-dispute negotiations, trials, and appeals.

Ms. Cambeiro also maintains an active pro bono practice. She successfully obtained “Special Immigrant Juvenile Status” for two children from El Salvador who had been placed in deportation proceedings.

Education

Stanford University, J.D., 2016

  • Recipient of Gerald Gunther Prizes for Outstanding Performance in Constitutional Law and Intellectual Property
  • Recipient of Judge Thelton E. Henderson Prizes for Outstanding Performance in Religious Liberty Clinic and Advanced Religious Liberty Clinic
  • Stanford Latino Law Student Association, Member
  • Women of Color Collective, Founding Member

Vanderbilt University, B.A., History, 2013

  • Cum laude

Clerkships

Supreme Court of Nevada, 2014

  • Judicial Extern, Hon. James W. Hardesty

Media & Entertainment

  • Represented a major motion picture studio in a copyright infringement lawsuit over the Conjuring movie franchise, including drafting the winning motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction and managing third-party discovery.
  • Represented major television studio in profit participation lawsuit and successfully vacated award of punitive damages worth over one-hundred million dollars.
  • Represented a news organization in a copyright infringement lawsuit over a documentary about the late entertainer Michael Jackson, including analyzing allegedly infringing material and complaint and conducting witness interviews.
  • Represented a television studio in pre-litigation negotiations related to trademark claims.
  • Represented an insurance company in pre-litigation negotiations related to a contract for various motion pictures.

Complex Litigation

  • Represented the successful homebuilder Lennar© in a jury trial involving federal trademark infringement claims, which included researching and drafting the winning motion to exclude evidence of actual damages.
  • Represented a pharmaceutical company in complex litigation involving thousands of personal injury claims over the antipsychotic medication Risperdal.

Pro Bono

  • Obtained “Special Immigrant Juvenile Status” for two children from El Salvador who had been placed in deportation proceedings.
  • O’Melveny & Meyers LLP, 20152019
    Associate
  • California, 2016
  • U.S. District Courts
    Central District of California