Dan J. Nadratowski

Dan Nadratowski
Dan Nadratowski is an associate in Weil’s Complex Commercial Litigation practice, where he focuses on high-stakes business disputes.

Dan has extensive experience litigating trial engagements nationwide. He has broad subject-matter expertise, including engagements involving consumer protection, criminal fraud, securities fraud, and commercial claims. Dan likewise has extensive industry experience, encompassing companies in the automotive, consumer products, technology, energy, healthcare, financial, and telecommunications sectors.

Some of Dan’s recent experience includes*:

  • Representing a pharmacy defendant in a national bellwether trial relating to the opioid epidemic
  • Representing a major social media company in civil litigation alleging consumer deception claims
  • Representing a large automobile manufacturer in a nationwide class action alleging RICO and consumer protection violations
  • Representing a global food and beverage manufacturer in nationwide class actions alleging consumer deception
  • Representing a large automobile manufacturer in a Department of Justice criminal fraud investigation
  • Representing an international mining company in litigation against the SEC regarding claims of civil fraud
  • Representing a major telecommunications company in its successful merger trial against the U.S. Department of Justice

Dan also maintains an active pro bono practice, representing clients in both Virginia and the District of Columbia in prisoners’ rights, immigration and landlord-tenant matters.

Dan graduated Order of the Coif from the University of Virginia School of Law. In law school, he worked in the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Virginia as part of the law school’s Prosecution Clinic.

Prior to law school, Dan graduated with high honors from the Honors College at Michigan State University with a degree in Economics.

Prior to joining Weil, Dan worked at another international law firm. 

* includes matters handled prior to joining Weil