Nicole Poltash has a strong and diverse litigation background, with a focus on representing individuals and corporations in connection with criminal and government investigations, including white collar and qui tam claims. Additionally, she has experience with commercial litigation in the construction and restaurant industries. In each of these domains, she has had responsibility for conducting the related discovery from strategy development and motion practice through document review. Her work has involved numerous eDiscovery issues.
Some of Nicole’s recent work experience includes:
Conducting client interviews
Preparing and responding to discovery motions practice across a wide range of issues
Preparing fact and expert witnesses for deposition and trial
Managing all aspects of and serving as first chair at a trial on a breach of contract claim; won on a motion to strike the evidence
Prior to joining Redgrave LLP, Nicole was an associate with Gentry Locke Attorneys in Roanoke, VA and a judicial intern to the Honorable W. Allan Sharrett, Chief Judge, Virginia Circuit Court, Sixth Judicial Circuit of Virginia.
ORGANIZATIONAL INVOLVEMENT & MEMBERSHIPS
Nicole is a member of the Virginia State Bar, Roanoke Bar Association, and Virginia Women Attorney’s Association, Roanoke Chapter.
Nicole received a J.D (magna cum laude) from the University of Richmond. She holds a B. S. in Commerce and a B. A. in German from the University of Virginia where she was a Lawn Resident, Echols Scholar. Nicole is fluent in German. She is admitted to practice in Virginia and the District of Columbia.