Nathan Adler, a principal with Neuberger, Quinn, Gielen, Rubin & Gibber, P.A., is a skilled business litigator with extensive experience resolving complex commercial disputes in federal, state and appellate courts throughout the United States. He regularly tries cases in federal and Maryland state courts and represents clients in arbitration proceedings, including before the American Arbitration Association.
Representing individual and corporate clients, Nathan has secured favorable outcomes in a wide variety of high-stakes business disputes, including business breakups; employment matters; estate challenges; construction claims and commercial lease disputes. He has also resolved multimillion-dollar tax controversies with the Internal Revenue Services through litigation and settlement negotiations. Nathan's successes also include defending class actions filed under CLEC, FDCPA and TCPA consumer protection statutes in federal courts around the country; defending businesses from premises liabilities claims; and representing clients before the NASD in arbitrations involving suitability and securities fraud claims.
A versatile trial lawyer who seeks practical, cost-effective solutions for his clients' litigation needs, Nathan works with clients on risk assessment and strategies for avoiding or minimizing litigation.
Nathan holds Martindale-Hubbell's highest AV rating for legal ability and ethical standards. Sought after for his knowledge of commercial and residential landlord/tenant litigation and leasing issues, he has co-authored several books and lectured on those topics for MICPEL's Advanced Real Property Institute, the National Business Institute and Lorman Education Services.
Nathan earned his J.D., with honors, from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1992 and his B.A. in 1989 from Johns Hopkins University where he was an honors student, elected to Phi Beta Kappa and on the Dean's List. In 1991, Nathan was the firm's first summer associate. He joined Neuberger, Quinn, Gielen, Rubin & Gibber, P.A. as an associate following his graduation and became a principal in 1999.
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