Nancy M. Juda

Nancy M. Juda

Of Counsel


Nancy Juda is Of Counsel in Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP’s Washington D.C. office. Her practice focuses on advising Taft-Hartley pension and welfare funds on issues related to corporate fraud in the United States securities markets. Nancy’s experience as an ERISA attorney provides her with unique insight into the challenges faced by pension fund trustees as they endeavor to protect and preserve their funds’ assets.

Before joining Robbins Geller, Nancy was employed by the United Mine Workers of America Health & Retirement Funds, where she began her practice in the area of employee benefits law. She was also associated with a union-side labor law firm in Washington, D.C., where she represented the trustees of Taft-Hartley pension and welfare funds on qualification, compliance, fiduciary, and transactional issues under ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code. 

Using her extensive experience representing employee benefit funds, Nancy advises trustees regarding their options for seeking redress for losses due to securities fraud. She currently advises trustees of funds providing benefits for members of unions affiliated with North America’s Building Trades of the AFL-CIO. Nancy also represents funds in ERISA class actions involving breach of fiduciary claims.

Nancy earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Lawrence University and a Juris Doctor degree from American University.

Practice Areas


  • American University, J.D., 1992
  • St. Lawrence University, B.A., 1988


  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland
  • United States District Court for the District of Columbia
  • United States District Court for the District of Maryland

Professional Affiliations

  • Steering Committee Member, National Coordinating Committee for Multi-Employer Plans
  • Member, International Foundation for Employee Benefit Plans
  • Member, Employee Benefits Committee of the American Bar Association’s Section of Labor and Employment Law
  • Member, AFL-CIO Lawyers’ Coordinating Committee
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