Stacey P. Nakasian
Stacey Nakasian has over twenty-five years’ experience litigating complex commercial issues and leads the firm’s litigation practice. She is known for her proactive and tenacious approach that both achieves results and advances her clients’ needs and goals.
Most recently, she successfully defended a condominium developer in a case that clarified how real estate deeds and condominium documents are interpreted under Rhode Island law. The July 2020 decision was covered in Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly.
During the COVID-19 crisis, Stacey has authored blog posts and articles on topics including the RI Department of Labor & Training’s Workshare program and the RI Superior Court non-liquidating receivership program. She was part of the D&S team that partnered with the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce for a webinar on the Paycheck Protection Program, and she was featured in a Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly article on “Force Majeure.” She co-authored an article on “WorkShare is option for R.I. businesses in crisis” for Providence Business News.
Adept at crafting litigation strategies tailored to her clients’ business objectives, Stacey has prevailed in a wide range of cases including director and officer liability claims and shareholder disputes, fiduciary liability cases, intellectual property lawsuits and non-compete claims, and insurance coverage disputes.
She was recognized by Best Lawyers in 2019 and 2015 as Lawyer-of-the-Year for Trusts and Estates Litigation in the Providence metro region. She was previously recognized as Lawyer-of-the-Year for Intellectual Property Litigation. She continues to be named a ”Leader In Field” for the category of Commercial Litigation by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Guide for Business.