Bradly A. Nankerville is an experienced litigator in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and other jurisdictions around the country. Brad focuses his practice on complex commercial and employment litigation and has handled cases on behalf of clients in a range of industries, including real estate, banking, energy, education, pharmaceutical, and retail. He has experience at all stages of litigation, at both trial and appellate levels, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. On the commercial side, Brad has handled major contractual disputes involving service agreements and purchase and sale agreements and has defended businesses from consumer class actions and claims under a variety of state and federal statutes, including the Securities Exchange Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act. His commercial cases often involve unique regulatory issues, such as rarely litigated financing from government entities and administrative rulings on railroad consolidations. On the employment side, Brad has litigated individual and putative class and collective actions under employment agreements and many of the key statutes impacting businesses today, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, Rehabilitation Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act, and Title VII. Beyond his litigation practice, Brad has reviewed and revised institutional policies for regulatory compliance, has advised other litigators in high-stakes appeals, and has assisted a former federal judge in managing and resolving numerous arbitrations. A former pollster and research assistant to a prominent Pennsylvania political analyst, Brad also has a keen sense of the state political landscape and even advised the current administration on Pennsylvania’s moratorium on the death penalty.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Bradly A. Nankerville