Ms. Kokmanian is an associate in the Firm’s New York office where she specializes in both federal and state securities litigation on behalf of individual and institutional shareholders.


  • Co-authored with Anais Kadian; Canada: Human Rights Champion or Pawn to Autocratic Regimes in the Global Arms Trade?, Response to the “Final report: Review of export permits to Turkey” published by Global Affairs Canada, House of Commons – Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development, May 4, 2021
  • Coauthored with Michael Miarmi; Investigations in Securities Litigation in the U.S.: A Deep Dive Into the Role and Impact of Confidential Witnesses, Développements récents en enquêtes internes et réglementaires, vol. 522 (2022).
  • Co–authored with Caroline Larouche, Michael Miarmi and Jonathan S. Carter; The Realities of “Reliance”: Understanding Its Role in U.S. and Canadian Securities Class Actions, Colloque national sur l’action collective, vol. 544 (2023).


Ms. Kokmanian has been involved in several cases, including

  • Bausch Health Companies Inc. c. California State Teachers’ Retirement System, 2021 QCCA 1547
  • California States Teachers’ Retirement System c. Bausch Health Companies Inc., 2020 QCCS 275
  • Amaya inc. c. Derome, 2018 QCCA 120


Prior to joining Scott+Scott, Ms. Kokmanian spent seven years as a litigation associate at a leading class action law firm in Québec where she represented aggrieved shareholders in several high-profile securities class actions pertaining to corporate fraud in the securities markets. Ms. Kokmanian also practiced in civil and commercial litigation.