“You will get an honest evaluation from me, I’m not just a yes man, but you will also get 100% commitment from me towards whatever path you choose.”
Nick is a litigation attorney based in Harrisburg, Pa., focusing his practice on claims and disputes involving commercial litigation, labor and employment, and white collar crime.
A natural problem solver and competitor, Nick likes resolving disputes and discovering the truth within a case and enjoys the challenges of the courtroom. He takes the time to get to know his clients and their goals and values. Nick also likes to ensure that his clients understand the litigation process and are well-informed of all of their options.
In his free time, Nick is an athlete who enjoys seasonal sports. In the warmer months he races canoes and stand-up paddleboards. In the winter, he can be found hitting the ski slopes. Nick is always looking for ways to stay active; he is even planning on taking up sailing as his next outdoor endeavor.
Prior to joining Obermayer, Nick was involved in a wide variety of case types, including violent and white collar crime and medical malpractice litigation. Some examples of Nick’s litigation experience include the following:
- Assisted with significant fracking litigation arising from Marcellus Shale natural gas fracking. Successfully settled these cases for far less than the client was expecting to pay;
- Successfully represented a homeowner in a trial against a contractor who had a mechanic’s lien placed against his property. That lien was stricken, and the landowner was reimbursed significant damages
- Successfully won on appeal to prevent the unlawful sale of real estate in New Jersey. A creditor sought to force the sale of real property in New Jersey, and Nick successfully prevented this sale from occurring, with his argument adopted in the decision by the New Jersey Appellate Division, further enhancing protections offered to property owners who own land as tenants by the entireties.
Nick likes resolving disputes and discovering the truth within a case. One could say that he enjoys his time in the courtroom. After earning his J.D., Nick spent a month at Trial Lawyers College in Wyoming to further develop his trial skills.
- Dauphin County High School Mock Trial Coach
- Dauphin County Bar Association
- Allegheny County Bar Association
- Philadelphia County Bar Association
Nationally competitive in moot court during law school, finishing in the final four at the National Civil Trial Competition held in Los Angeles