Nicholas Joseph Klenow

Nicholas Klenow
Nicholas Klenow is a litigation associate in Weil’s New York City office, where his practice includes antitrust, bankruptcy, employment, administrative law, and traditional breach-of-contract claims.

Mr. Klenow has worked on all aspects and phases of litigation as part of Weil teams representing companies in an array of industries, including media, steel, insurance, oil and gas, and consumer electronics.

Mr. Klenow recently completed a five-month secondment at a global financial institution, where he assisted with risk and policy analysis.

Prior to joining Weil, Mr. Klenow attended The University of Michigan Law School as a Dean's Scholar and graduated with honors. As a student attorney, he represented a criminal defendant in a successful appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit on the application of Rosemond v. United States to 18 U.S.C. § 924(c) convictions under an aiding and abetting theory. He also served as a research assistant to Professor Richard Friedman, and received a Certificate of Merit in Federal Courts from Professor and United States Sixth Circuit Judge David McKeague. Mr. Klenow received his B.S. in political science, with a minor in business administration, from North Dakota State University, where he graduated magna cum laude and was named a Curtis A. Amlund Scholar, awarded to the top two political science students at the University.