Nathan provides a full range of litigation services to businesses and individuals. He focuses on the areas of land use and development, real estate, local government law, employment law and property rights protection.
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.
To our clients and colleagues:
We hope you and your families are safe and well.
As we all continue to navigate the ongoing issues related to COVID-19, Widerman Malek continues to be fully operational and available for clients. However, to protect the health and safety of all, effective immediately, access to Widerman Malek’s offices by non-employees is completely restricted.
Our investment in our technology allows us to work remotely during normal business hours to serve our clients. You may continue to contact us by phone and email. If you call our main line, our receptionist will forward your call to us as normal. We also have the capacity for video conferencing.
We recognize our clients and colleagues are having to adapt to a new normal, and we also are adapting. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns. Best wishes and stay healthy!