Nick Larry is an associate in Benesch's Litigation Practice Group and is located in the firm's Chicago office. Nick focuses his practice on defending companies against class and individual actions brought under various state and federal privacy and consumer protection statutes, including the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA), as well as other consumer-privacy and unfair business practices laws and regulations. Nick also has experience litigating under the Federal Video Privacy Protection Act and Michigan Video Rental Privacy Act, and is well-versed in data breach and data privacy litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Nick worked at a boutique litigation firm in Chicago where he focused on consumer privacy issues. During that time, Nick was named as class counsel in Halaburda v. Bauer Publishing Co., LP, No. 12-cv-12831-GCS-RSW (E.D. Mich.), and In re LinkedIn User Privacy Litigation, No. 12-cv-3088 (N.D. Cal.).
In 2015, Nick co-authored an article published in the Sedona Conference Journal, Damages Theories in Data Breach Litigation. While in law school, Nick's academic note, Wanna Go? A Discussion of the Potential Fight Between NHL Owners and Players over Participation in the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, was published by the Northwestern University Journal of International Law and Business.