Nathan's Email: [email protected]
Nathan's Direct Line: 414-377-0516
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Nathan likes to meet new people and clients. During your initial consultation (always free) you'll talk about the facts of your situation, the legal options that may exist. From there, he'll work to see if there's a way to help. He has handled consumer protection cases - and jury trials - all over the state. Nathan and his paralegal (Ethan Webb, who will likely help you schedule the call) welcome your questions and calls.
Nathan's passion is representing consumers and litigating cases. He will take the time to listen to your story, outline a plan of attack, and your next steps from there. If you're not sure what type of lawyer you need, or if Nathan will be able to handle your case, just call and find out. It's a free phone consultation away. Nathan regularly represents consumers in matters involving automobile repossessions, identity theft, credit reporting errors, debt collection, debt collector harassment, auto fraud, and general consumer issues.
Nathan is one of the few lawyers that has taken consumer law cases all the way to trial, and his clients have received large jury verdicts. When interviewing lawyers it is important to find out if they are willing to take your case to trial. While many cases settle short of trial, Nathan enjoys presenting your case to a jury and allowing his clients to receive their day in court.
Nathan is licensed to practice law in the states of Wisconsin and California (inactive), as well as the Eastern District of Wisconsin, the Western District of Wisconsin, the Southern District of California, and the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. He has also been admitted pro hac vice in the Southern District of Florida and the District of West Virginia. Nathan has lectured numerous times, including national, regional, and local continuing education events. He is a recognized authority on consumer law issues. Nathan has received awards from the Eastern District Bar Association for his pro bono contributions to the legal community, and the Wisconsin Law Journal for his work on consumer credit cases.
In his free time, Nathan enjoys Crossfit, hiking with his family, and reading a good book.