Nicole LaBletta has been engaged in the practice of creditors’ rights since her admission to the bars of Pennsylvania and New Jersey in 2006 and is extremely passionate about obtaining results for creditors in compliance with state and federal law. Nicole has also been admitted in New York since 2001 as well as in the Federal District of New Jersey and the Middle and Eastern Districts of Pennsylvania. Since 2013, Nicole has practiced exclusively in the area of mortgage default on behalf of lenders and servicers and this practice comprises the representation of lenders and servicers in Bankruptcy and Evictions in addition to title curative matters. In 2017, Nicole was part of the Middle District Bankruptcy Bar Committee that met to determine whether the Middle District of Pennsylvania would opt out of the new model plan or adopt it and to determine any opt out provisions. During her years of practice, Nicole also gained experience in estate litigation which serves her well in the mortgage default practice as it relates to the death of a borrower and a borrower’s heirs. In 2012, Nicole was named a Rising Star in Pennsylvania for Estate litigation.
Nicole is a 2001 graduate of Fordham Law School where she was a member of the International Law Journal and published an article in the Fordham Intellectual Prop., Media & Entertainment Law Journal, vol. XII, no. 1, 2002entitled: If Per Se Is Dying Why Not in TV Tying?: A Case for Adopting the Rule of Reason Standard in Television Block-booking Arrangements in Fordham Intellectual Prop., Media & Entertainment Law Journal, vol. XII, no. 1, 2002 Nicole’s undergraduate work was completed at the College of the Holy Cross in 1998 where she graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Classics and was awarded the Edna Dwyer Grezebian Prize for Proficiency in Modern Languages.