About Jonathan Nadler

Jonathan Nadler received his Bachelor of the Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he majored in economics and history. He graduated from Wisconsin-Madison with honors and was a member of an economic honor’s society during his undergraduate career. He then went on to pursue his Juris Doctorate at the University of Virginia. During his time in law school, Jonathan was a member of the Senior Editorial Board for the Journal of Law and Politics and deemed a Dillard Fellow, where he acted as teaching assistant and met with younger students to discuss drafts and review or comment on assignments.

After graduating law school in 1997, Jonathan initially became a law clerk for the Honorable George P. Kazen of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. After maintaining this respected position for some time, Jonathan became an associate at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP in Philadelphia, where he worked in the labor and employment department. He then went on to become a partner with Reed Smith LLP.

In his current role at the Philadelphia branch of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellot, LLC, which is a national law firm with more than 360 attorneys throughout the eastern United States, Jonathan Nadler works in the areas of labor relations issues and employment law. Jonathan has many areas of expertise, offering his clients a vast number of services, such as defense for claims of employment discrimination, litigation in federal and state courts, arbitration, mediation, defense for unfair labor practice charges, doing internal investigations and handling collective bargaining agreements.

During his time at Eckert Seamans, Jonathan Nadler represents a wide range of clients. From world-wide businesses to smaller companies, Jonathan has defended his clients at the levels of both State and Federal Court. In addition, Jonathan also counsels employers on a wide range of workplace issues, including hiring, discipline and discharge, reductions-in-force, drug testing, wage and hour issues, computer and Internet usage, union-management relations, and compliance with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and other employment laws.

Jonathan Nadler has also written and given speeches about various retaliation claims under federal and state law. He has also been quoted in a handful of media outlets including Bloomberg, Human Resource Executive, and Law360. Most notably, Jonathan’s articles about the “5 Takeaways From NLRB V. Noel Canning” in Law360 and his opinion about the 2012 election in Forbes earned him national recognition.

Today, Jonathan Nadler is most passionate about traveling and nutrition. Experiencing different cultures with both family and friends is truly gratifying for him. When the opportunity presents itself, Jonathan takes time away from work to travel overseas. Apart from traveling, Jonathan is equally dedicated to his overall health and nutrition. For more information regarding his focus on nutrition, visit: jonathannadler.org.

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