Nathan Warecki is counsel in Nixon Peabody’s Complex Commercial Disputes group. He is a dynamic litigator who works with clients to craft efficient and innovative solutions inside and outside the courtroom. Nathan works across the spectrum of commercial litigation and also has a vibrant immigration practice.
I represent businesses, manufacturers, banks, utilities, employers, and individuals in complex state and federal litigation, relating to:
My experience includes representing telecommunications and utility companies in contract disputes; medical device and other product manufacturers regarding workplace accidents or botched medical procedures; international franchisors in lawsuits involving franchisees, and consumer class actions; regional and national banks in multimillion-dollar loan workouts; and medical practices in disputes with hospitals.
As a member of both the Class Actions and Aggregate Litigation and Non-Compete & Trade Secrets teams, I work with colleagues across practice areas and on behalf of clients throughout the United States.
I am also part of the team representing more than 800 adults who allege they were abused as children in New Hampshire’s juvenile detention system.
For a private secondary school, I have resolved several claims related to allegations of student and faculty misconduct. I have also represented several New Hampshire-based colleges and universities in their sponsorships of international faculty and staff for employment visas and assisted them with international student issues.
I represent franchisors in various industries in litigation and arbitration matters throughout the United States. My experience includes resolution of disputes with individual franchisees or dealers, as well as matters affecting an entire franchise or dealership system, and disputes between the owners of franchise systems.
I have led or participated in a number of high-profile habeas corpus and civil rights lawsuits filed on behalf of immigrants. This experience includes:
I also assist businesses, universities, hospitals, investors, entrepreneurs, and highly skilled workers in identifying temporary and permanent visas to accomplish their professional and personal goals.
This article covers a Massachusetts federal judge ruling to allow a putative class action lawsuit, filed on behalf of children from Guatemala who were separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border, to move forward. The article mentions Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense partner Dave Vicinanzo from Manchester and associate Lauren Maynard from Boston, and Manchester Complex Disputes associate Nate Warecki, who are providing pro bono legal services for the children in the case.
This article covering a summary judgment in favor of client Westchester Surplus Lines Insurance Co. mentions Boston partner Greg Deschenes and Manchester associate Nate Warecki, both of the Complex Disputes group, for representing the insurer. A federal judge ruled the insurer is not responsible for covering an apartment complex owner for a lawsuit filed by the family of a child bitten by a dog at the complex, because an animal exclusion in a commercial general liability policy precludes insurance for the incident.
Stonehill College, B.A., History
University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, J.D., cum laude
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