Alison Nadel has successfully represented clients in arbitrations, class actions and other complex litigation. Her broad experience includes public accommodation disputes involving the Americans with Disabilities Act, state accessibility laws and related tort claims, employment disputes, intellectual property cases involving allegations of patent infringement, trademark and copyright infringement, and unfair competition, as well as complex commercial contract disputes, business tort matters, administrative law cases, and defense of qui tam litigation involving state and federal False Claims Acts.
Alison has extensive experience with electronic discovery. She assists clients in devising practical, creative and cost-effective solutions for businesses to store and manage electronically stored information, before and during litigation. She regularly trains lawyers regarding electronic discovery. In addition, she has experience performing legal audits.
Alison chairs the Pro Bono and Community Service Committee for the Firm's Washington, DC office. In that capacity, she directs and manages the office's pro bono and community service efforts. Alison's own pro bono practice focuses on special education matters on behalf of children with disabilities in the District of Columbia.