W. Nathan Meloon

W. Nathan Meloon

Admitted to Practice in
  • Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
  • Florida State University (B.S., Political Science and Finance, 2014)
  • Florida State University College of Law (J.D., 2017)
    • Federalist Society, President 2015-2017
    • Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law, Article and Notes Editor
    • Journal of Transnational Law and Policy, Member


(321) 255-2332

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Attorney Nathan Meloon provides a full range of litigation services to businesses and individuals. He focuses his legal practice on the areas of land use and development, bankruptcy, real estate, local government law, employment law and property rights protection.

Nathan represents individuals and businesses in all phases of litigation in Florida State Courts, the Division of Administrative Hearings, the United States Court for the Middle District of Florida. He also advocates for clients before local governmental bodies.

With experience related to eminent domain legal matters, Nathan serves as legal counsel for landowners in eminent domain proceedings. He also represents landowners in inverse condemnation cases – where the government has taken land but has not paid the landowner just compensation for the use of that land. Additionally, Nathan represents clients during litigation in drafting and arguing motions, both procedural and dispositive.

Nathan is very active in the professional community, and he was recently appointed to serve on The Florida Bar Eminent Domain Standing Committee for 2020-2021.

Prior to joining Widerman Malek, Nathan was the director of policy and government affairs for the Melbourne Regional Chamber and the deputy legislative affairs director for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. He completed a legal externship in the Brevard County Attorney’s office. He also served as an intern for the Florida House of Representatives for both Representative Seth McKeel, chair of the House Appropriations Committee, and Representative Eric Eisnaugle, chair of the Civil Justice Subcommittee.

Nathan is a fifth-generation Floridian. When not practicing law, you’ll find Nathan running with his wife, fishing or reading on the beach.