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About Jonathan Nadler

Jonathan Nadler is an attorney at Eckert Seaman Cherin & Mellot, LLC.  He represents and defends businesses in employment and law cases, regarding issues such as arbitration, litigation in federal and state courts and mediation.  He also deals with issues regarding state and federal administrative agencies such the National Labor Relations Board and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  Jonathan Nadler provides counsel for businesses regarding a plethora of complications that can arise in the workplace, such as hiring, discharge, discipline, drug testing, pay and work hours, reductions-in-force and many more.

He has held a number of prestigious positions in the world of law, starting off his career as a law clerk for George P. Kazen, a judge for the United States District Court  for the Southern District of Texas.  From here, he became an associate with Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis  LLP, working within their labor and deployment sector of business.  He then joined Reed Smith LLP as a Partner for the firm, until he ultimately came to work at Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellot, LLC, a world-wide law firm where he currently works today.

Jonathan’s areas of study for his undergraduate education were economics and history.  He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1991, graduating with distinguished honors.  He then pursued his law career, attending the University of Virginia School of Law, from which he graduated with his J.D. in 1997.  Along with his studies at law school, Jonathan Nadler also spent his time gaining some valuable experience and insight as a Dillard Fellow and as a member of the Senior Editorial Board for the Journal of Law and Politics.

He has also used his knowledge of his employment and labor laws along with his range of experience in his area of expertise to write articles as well as give lectures on topics pertaining to retaliation claims under federal and state law.

In his spare time, Jonathan enjoys golf, music, playing guitar and tennis.


Jonathan’s areas of study for his undergraduate education were economics and history.  He earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1991, graduating with distinguished honors.  He then pursued his law career, attending the University of Virginia School of Law, from which he graduated with his J.D. in 1997.  Along with his studies at law school, Jonathan Nadler also spent his time gaining some valuable experience and insight as a Dillard Fellow and as a member of the Senior Editorial Board for the Journal of Law and Politics.

He has also used his knowledge of his employment and labor laws along with his range of experience in his area of expertise to write articles as well as give lectures on topics pertaining to retaliation claims under federal and state law.

In his spare time, Jonathan enjoys golf, music, playing guitar and tennis.