Nina Rodriguez is an accomplished expert in the field of corporate governance and regulatory law as well as having deep experience in matters relating to ethics, whistleblower complaints, board member roles, and bylaws. She has also opined on areas as diverse as IPO derivative lawsuits, corporate governance compliance, insider trading, and disclosure requirements for public and private offerings. She served as the COO and Managing Director at Kalorama Partners in Washington, D.C. where she worked with the late Harvey Pitt, 26th Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
At Kalorama Partners, Ms. Rodriguez organized and co-headed a two-year internal investigation of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, which involved the preparation and interview of over fifty employees and resulted in the creation of a Report setting forth fifty-two recommendations on governance policies. In addition, she spearheaded the preparation of expert reports and testimonies that have impacted major companies such as Wells Fargo, Snap, Inc., and Signet Jewelers Limited. Ms. Rodriguez maintains extensive familiarity with corporate governance regulations, best practices, and up-to-date guidance in both the United States (including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, Registration Statements, and 20-F) and the United Kingdom.
Ms. Rodriguez managed the firm's daily operations and provided expert legal advice, and consulting, on various issues such as marketplace expectations of public company disclosures, materiality, corporate governance, Rule 10b-5, ESG disclosures, insider trading, and management responsibilities. Ms. Rodriguez also provides consulting services to emerging businesses and start-ups, drafting formation documents, strategic planning, risk management, and ensuring regulatory compliance. Beyond her professional obligations, Ms. Rodriguez has provided pro-bono representation to regulatory agency employees subject to internal investigations or wrongful termination.
Ms. Rodriguez has a Master of Laws in International Business from King’s College London in addition to a JD from the American University Washington College of Law. Ms. Rodriguez practices in London, Miami, and Washington D.C and is bilingual in English and Spanish, affording her the ability to tackle complex cross-border legal issues, as well as a global client base.
King’s College London
Master of Laws in International Business
American University Washington College of Law
Florida Atlantic University
BA, Political Science
Kalorama Partners & Kalorama Legal Services PLLC
COO & Managing Director
Washington College of Law Civil Advocacy Clinic
US District Court for the Southern District of Florida
Judicial Law Clerk