Naomi is the lead associate working with the firm’s founder in several of our most ambitious cases against big tech, including C.A. Goldberg, PLLC’s cases involving a suicide product sold by Amazon, representing families whose children died from fentanyl-laced pills purchased online, and A.M. v. Omegle, a platform that matches predators and children for video livestreaming.
She has also worked on the case of Bianca Devins v. Oneida County, suing the District Attorney for sharing child sexual abuse material of deceased 17 year old, Bianca Devins.
Naomi is passionate about putting her clients back in control of their lives, and her determination and persistence gets amazing results for them. She excels at diffusing volatile abusers, and securing urgent Orders of Protection in an extremely efficient way. She understands how everyday technology is weaponized, and goes above and beyond when advocating with the family court system to keep her clients safe.
Naomi graduated from Fordham Law School where she cultivated her interest in gender issues and victims’ rights.
She is admitted to practice law in New York and Connecticut.
Media and Presentations:
- Amazon Can’t Nix Wash. Suit Over Teens’ Chemical Suicide – Law360
- A parents’ lawsuit accuses Amazon of selling suicide kits to teenagers – NPR
Carrie Goldberg and Naomi Leeds: Is Amazon Liable for Facilitating Suicides? – Lawyer Minds Podcast
- A website designed to talk to strangers has become a haven for child sex predators, expert says – CBC, August 2022
- New Tinder background checks are more than a safety feature – Marketplace Morning Report, March 2022