Nicole Hoehle’s practice focuses on civil litigation in all areas of the law, including cases
involving sexual assault, defamation, and breach of contract. Nicole has represented law firms,
real estate firms, landlords, and individuals before various courts. She also has extensive
experience representing students and professors in disciplinary proceedings and Title IX
hearings.

Prior to joining the firm, Nicole was an Assistant District Attorney at the Manhattan District
Attorney’s Office with a specialization in Hate Crimes. She prosecuted a wide variety of cases,
ranging from sex crimes to attempted murder.

Below is a list of practice areas in which Nicole Hoehle’s specializes in:

Civil Litigation

Campus Misconduct

Due Process & Title IX

Business Litigation

Defamation

Education

  • University of Michigan Law School (cum laude, 2020)
    • Campbell Moot Court Competition Quarterfinalist
    • 1L Oral Advocacy Competition Quarterfinalist
    • Veterans Legal Clinic, Student Attorney
    • Michigan Journal of Law Reform
    • Michigan Law Mock Trial
  • Middlebury College (summa cum laude, 2017)

Admissions

  • States
  • New York
  • Represented the Plaintiff in a complex, month-long personal injury trial from Spring of 2024 and secured a favorable settlement. In this case, the Plaintiff had suffered second and third-degree burns over most of his body after an apartment fire.
  • Lead litigator in a defamation lawsuit on behalf of a prominent Hollywood writer.
  • Represented students, professors, and coaches accused of Title IX and academic integrity violations.
  • Represented student and faculty complainants alike in Title IX matters.
  • Represented a professor in a Title IX hearing who was accused of a Title IX violation for merely exercising their freedom of religion.
  • Represented a law firm in litigation against another firm regarding alleged malpractice in an underlying insurance case.
  • Represented a commercial real estate brokerage in a brokerage commission lawsuit.
  • Represented the owner of a shopping center regarding a negligently performed environmental inspection.
  • Member of prosecutorial team investigating and indicting two men responsible for a string of homicides from 2022. The defendants’ conduct left 21 victims injured and five deceased.
  • Personally investigated and indicted an anti-Asian assault hate crime where a couple was attacked in Koreatown by a man using offensive rhetoric.
  • Responsible for securing guilty convictions at trial of individuals accused of committing a wide array of crimes including sex crimes and robbery.